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50 Game-Changers of PR: Jim Abernathy

October 3rd, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Jim Abernathy. After an 18-year career in corporate communications with media outlets like CBS, Warner Communications and ABC, he co-founded Abernathy MacGregor, one of the world’s leading strategic and financial communications firms, with offices in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Houston and a network of 51 partner offices around the globe.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Anna Ruth Williams

September 29th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Anna Ruth Williams, founder and CEO of ARPR. In just five years, the Atlanta-based firm has expanded its footprint by opening new offices in New Orleans and San Francisco, and garnered more than 30 industry awards along the way.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Philip Nardone, Jr.

September 26th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Philip Nardone, Jr., president and CEO of PAN Communications. Nardone grew the firm from a regional powerhouse into one of the nation’s fastest-growing midsize agencies. But his business savvy is matched by a passion for educating the next generation of PR leaders.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Nicole Rodrigues

September 19th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Nicole Rodrigues, who—after a 13-year career that started with the Oakland Raiders—founded her own agency and used her star power to launch a PR-themed radio and video series.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Natalie Boden

September 12th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at Natalie Boden, founder and president of BODEN, an agency that boasts such clients as Target, McDonald’s and United Healthcare among its growing roster. Boden has dedicated her career to diversifying the PR industry, a dream that reflects her own unique background.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Vanessa Wakeman

September 6th, 2017 by

For the past 14 years, Vanessa Wakeman has given her team simple marching orders: to challenge what is before you, in pursuit of a greater good. Her dedication to challenging the status quo has led to her great success in the social change sector.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Alyson Roy

August 29th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Alyson Roy, a leader in the world of fashion PR. When she was just 23, Roy co-founded AMP3 PR, and has since led the boutique New York-based firm to be ranked among the top fashion PR agencies in the nation.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Kelly Rossman-McKinney

August 25th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Kelly Rossman-McKinney, who joined forces with John Truscott to establish Truscott Rossman in 2011. Rossman-McKinney truly shines when she is helping her clients through even the toughest times.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Steve Cody

August 22nd, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Steve Cody, who has brought humor to a discipline that takes itself way too seriously. He’s proven that training in comedy can offer tremendous benefits, and has instituted internal and external stand-up and improvisational comedy training for employees and clients alike.

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50 Game-Changers of PR: Melissa Keklak

August 15th, 2017 by

PR News recently asked its community to tell us who should be listed among the top game-changers of PR in the last few years. Here, we look at game-changer Melissa Keklak, founder and CEO of MMKpr, which specializes in music, lifestyle and entertainment publicity. Keklak has worked with an impressive roster of more than 40 major brands and music artists, including Mountain Dew, Nike, Warner Brother, Ferrari, Brisk, Hurley, Yesi Ortiz, Hit Boy, Problem and DJ Carisma, to name a few.