My name is Meg Roberts and I’m thankful you’ve stumbled across my website, Staying on Track. Through this blog, I hope to investigate the intersection of the communications industry (encompassing public relations, marketing, advertising, and social media) and life (specifically as it relates to my passions, which include health, fitness, running, fashion, and pop culture). This site is also integral in ensuring I stay on track with my own goals and aspirations, whether they be professional, personal, or trivial.

I currently live in St. Petersburg, FL. I am a social media manager at 22squared, an award-winning ad agency with offices in Atlanta and Tampa.  The. opinions represented on this blog in no way reflect those of my employer. Prior to relocating to St. Pete, I lived in Washington, D.C. for almost 5 years.

I attended the University of South Florida (Go Bulls!) where I received a B.A. in mass communication with a concentration on public relations.

Feel free to contact me at via email or connect with me on twitter: @megmroberts.


10 thoughts on “About

  1. Hey Meg!

    Couldn’t find a way to email you, but I just wanted to let you know that PR Interactive is on the top 50 list at Thrilling Blog Search. TBS is a new open community search tool I’ve started that returns really awesome results from 50+ of the web’s most awesome blogs. You can use it to help make your blogging workflow more productive by adding a search widget to your iGoogle homepage, or you can share the search engine with your users on your own site! If you’re interested, you can read more at: http://www.thrillingheroics.com/2008/07/announcing-an-awesome-new-community-search-tool-for-the-blogosphere.html

    This is a community tool, so I could really use help promoting it to the blogosphere. Anyone can help out by using the custom search engine for themselves, blogging about it, or by contributing suggested sites.

    Get in touch, and let me know if there’s anything I can do to improve. Thanks!

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  3. Meg,

    I’ve taken your advice and started a blog! If you have any suggestions on how to improve it, let me know. Your stuff is great! My blog is called Gen Y Democrat:


    Great seeing you last weekend! Hope all is well in D.C.

    Jenna Coakley

  4. Hello there!

    I’m a first year college student doing a report on 9/11 for a class, and I came across your blog when I was doing my research for it. Would it be okay if I used your blog entry in my report to show the actual POV of a young student at that time?

    I’d really want to use your blog, but only if you’d allow me to.

    I’ll be waiting for your reply. I can even give you a copy of my report if you’re interested. 🙂

    Your very intelligent blogs have been inspiring me to start one of my own. Keep up the good work!

  5. Hi Meg,
    I’m a PR/Communications, Social Media, and sports junkie, we moved here recently from Florida and I love DC = lots of commonalities there. Came across your blog and enjoyed the most recent post – would’ve loved to run the Army Ten-miler.
    See you in and around DC.

  6. Hi

    My name is Jack Walker, Vice President of Operations for Outbounders.com. I’m looking to partner / sponsor some of the most influential blogs in the world that cater to business owners and entrepreneurs. Please let me know if you’re interested in making money through sponsorship?

    We are in the process of bringing several other influential blog owners on board like Darren Rowse, Seth Godin, Arianna Huffington, Gary Vaynerchuk, John Jantsch (Duct Tape Marketing)

    Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll send you next steps.

    Best Regards,

    Jack Walker
    Vice President of Operations
    Email: jack.walker@outbounders.com
    Skype ID: jack.walker.1
    Phone: 702-425-6201

  7. Hey Meg,

    I just found your blog and think it’s fabulous! I am a born and raised DC’er and pursuing a career change and enter the world of event planning 😀 I had a blast scrolling through your posts and look forward to future reads!

    • Thank you for your kind words! I’m so glad you stopped by. Best of luck in your hopeful career change – I’m sure it’ll all work out. I look forward to reading your blog, too!

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