Melissa Click, a 12-year communications professor at the University of Missouri, is now internationally infamous for her controversial actions at a student protest. In the midst of the chaotic protest, Click was videoed ordering some guys to take away a journalist who was there about the protest. The video soon went viral all over the nation. For her immensely controversial actions, she has been suspended from her job pending further investigation. It really doesn’t look good for her, though. Her criminal charges include third-degree assault, and a misdemeanor.
In addition, over 100 lawmakers are calling for her firing. Now the embattled former professor is fighting back. She is backed with the help of Status Labs, an Austin, Texas-based online reputation company. Although Status Labs specializes in helping companies improve their online public relations with customers to drive up business, it is also internationally known for helping individuals like Click in public relations predicaments. Status Labs currently has more than 1500 clients in more than 35 countries worldwide.
Status Labs recently handled the huge controversy of the famous Ashley Madison scandal. Ashley Madison is known as an online site where individuals can carry on private cyber-sexual affairs with supposedly complete privacy. But in the now infamous debacle, the accounts of more than 37 million of its users were hacked.
They successfully advised them how to improve the bad situation they were in and how to avoid further dangers. The Status Labs (http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/status-labs-president-and-co-founder-darius-fisher-named-one-of-prweeks-innovation-50-300155074.html) people are trained to help anyone or any business in any public relations quandary. As with Click’s current situation, they will gladly and easily tailor their expertise to your needs.