SIUE Mass Comm alum finds success with The Westminster Kennel Club

With more than 35 years of experience in dog sports as a handler, trainer, spokesperson and now as the face of the Westminster Kennel Club, Gail Miller Bisher serves as analyst for the iconic Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show on FS1.Screen Shot 2017-03-31 at 2.07.50 PM

Bisher, a 1991 graduate of the Arts &
Sciences department (Mass Comm TV/R), is now the on-camera Analyst for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show live from Madison Square Garden for Fox Sports.

Bisher’s professionally experience explores possible routes for Mass Comm Graduates to seek upon graduation. She has nearly 10 years of experience directing the marketing, brand development and public relations for the American Kennel Club and developing content for Webvet.com. In 2003, AKC hired her to be an on-air representative appearing on national media outlets to promote the sport and purebred dogs.

Bisher credits her Junior Showmanship experience for creating the foundation for a successful professional career where she has gained recognition in advertising, marketing and the public relations industries. She is a Clio and Mobius (and Cannes shortlist) Award winning broadcast producer with 12 years of experience in the advertising industry. Additionally, she is an ACE-certified personal trainer, has earned a Master of Arts degree in Communications and created the Super Fit Fido Club to educate pet dog owners about the importance of canine fitness.

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 2017 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Gail Miller Bisher & Co-Host, Chris Meyers

 

 

 

 

 

Article Information & Picture via FOX SPORTS 
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