Murray Hanford has served as Lycoming College's publications manager since 1991. He is responsible for the design and production of all college publications and new media pieces.
Hanford has been recognized with more than 55 awards for his graphic design and new media work.
Editorial Director for Marketing and Communications
Mimi Mylin joins the Lycoming staff as editorial director to help plan the overarching vision that encompasses all of the college’s publications and to serve as editor-in-chief of LC Magazine.
She brings 16 years of experience from PPL Corporation as a writer and ambassador for their power plants. While there, she developed communication and community outreach strategies, prepared talking points for executives, and wrote news releases and articles for a variety of newsletters, quarterly publications and websites. She also has extensive experience responding to media inquiries as a spokesperson.
As a member of the board of trustees for the United Way of Columbia County, Mimi serves as the vice president of marketing and communications.
Prior to PPL, she edited textbooks and supervised teachers for a correspondence school. She has a master’s degree in English from Bucknell University and a bachelor’s degree from Bloomsburg University.
Sports Information Director & Associate Director of Athletics
Joe Guistina joined Lycoming College as its sports information director in June 2010. He previously served for three years as an assistant media relations director at the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg.
At USC Upstate, Guistina was responsible for the public relations efforts for baseball, women's basketball, men's and women's tennis and volleyball. He also was heard on ASun.TV soccer and softball broadcasts and women's basketball audio streaming broadcasts. In 2007-08, Guistina won two CoSIDA Fred Stabley Sr. Writing Contest awards, including a Best In District honor for his feature on cross country runner Emily Tangwar, "Running on Fear."
Guistina came to USC Upstate from Michigan State University, where he served as an intern during the 2006-07 academic year. At MSU, he handled all public relations efforts for the perennial top 25 women's basketball program, the Big Ten champion women's golf program and the women's soccer team. He also served as a game-day media relations assistant for the national champion ice hockey program, as well as for the men's basketball and football programs.
Before MSU, Guistina spent two years as a graduate assistant at the University at Buffalo, where he earned a master of arts in informatics in 2006. He worked with the women's soccer, wrestling and baseball programs.
As a student at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa., Guistina was a three-year letterwinner as a pitcher on the Crusaders' baseball team. He also worked in the school's Sports Information Office for four years and was an editor on the school's newspaper staff for three years, serving as the sports editor as a junior. He earned a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2004.
A native of Rochester, N.Y., Guistina and his wife, Sarah, reside in Williamsport.