About the inUGA Team


Beth Anne Watts - Producer
Beth Anne Watts – Producer

Beth Anne is a Senior Mass Media Arts major from Tiger, Georgia. She is also earning certificates in Music Business and New Media. She enjoys going to concerts, singing and watching Georgia Football. Beth Anne hopes to pursue a career in music supervising or live sports broadcast productions. Her first year at UGA, she fell off a curb onto her face while trying to look up directions on her phone.


Elizabeth Dickerson - Content Manager
Elizabeth Dickerson – Content Manager

Elizabeth is a Junior Public Relations major from Atlanta, Georgia. She plans to pursue a career in advertising or communications, ideally at a job that rewards her with free flights around the world. Elizabeth loves movies, John Mulaney’s stand up, and perfectly cut avocados. She’s discovered that the secret to college is naps, and hopes to patent them one day. During her first year at UGA, she tried to nickname the dorm Creswell as “the ole well”. It didn’t stick.



Patrick Grant - Technical Lead
Patrick Grant – Technical Lead

Patrick is a Senior from Rockville, MD. He will graduate in May with a degree in Mass Media Arts. His academic interests include web development and design, social media analytics, and video production. Outside of school, his hobbies include playing sports and piano. After graduation, Patrick hopes to live in the Washington D.C. area and work on a company’s digital media team. It took Patrick an entire semester to figure out that his dorm has a study lounge.


Andrew Lee - Graphic Designer
Andrew Lee – Graphic Designer

Andrew is a senior majoring in Mass Media Arts. He is from Lawrenceville, Georgia and is working towards earning the New Media Certificate. Andrew loves dancing, specifically breakdance, and he is very passionate about it. He taught children, ages 8-12, in the Athens community as a dance instructor. Other hobbies include sports, such as tennis and billiards, and being a workaholic. During Andrew’s first year, he took an Orbit bus in the wrong direction and ended up being 30 minutes late to his first class, which was 50 minutes long.