Sr Professorial Lecturer
School of Communication
M.A., Public Communication, American University, B.A., Public Relations with a Minor in International Relations, American University
Dina Inverso is a full-time professor in the School of Communication and the Director of the Public Communication Division. She brings more than 20 years of professional experience working at and with well-known for-profit and non-profit organizations. Her classes focus on topics including public relations, communication campaigns, media relations, and management. Before joining the faculty at AU, she worked at Discovery Networks in various communication and marketing roles. She went on to work at a boutique communications agency where she worked developing and implementing communication campaigns for association clients, including the Airline Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the American Chemical Society. Later, she launched her consulting practice where she was responsible for all aspects of communications strategy, including branding, messaging, media relations, social media, events, publications, and advertising for high-profile consumer brands such as Expo dry erase markers, Paper Mate, and Zagat as well as several non-profit clients including the Freddie Mac Foundation, the Hispanic College Fund and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington. She holds an MA in Public Communication and a BA in Public Communications with a minor in International Relations from American University.