It’s not easy facing the 24/7 pressures of a PR job. That’s why PR News feted the organizations that foster an excellent working environment and a solid work/life balance at the PR News People Awards in Washington, D.C.
The year’s best communicators were honored at a luncheon ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Winner: Maggie O’Neill Partner and Senior Director, Peppercomm Maggie O’Neill’s script for public relations and strategic event marketing success has produced quite a highlight reel. With Peppercommotions, Peppercomm’s experiential marketing division, O’Neill is pursuing a… Continued
Marissa Festante Management Supervisor, Marina Maher Communications In the nearly eight years since Marissa Festante began her career at MMC right out of college, she has taken on roles of increased responsibility, rising from an… Continued
Co-Winner: Paul Massey Executive Vice President, Weber Shandwick Paul Massey founded and leads Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact team, a global network that builds insight-driven communications programs for corporations, nonprofits and foundations to drive engagement and… Continued
Quinn & Co. Public Relations Quinn & Co. puts a strong emphasis on communication and feedback. In its culture, speaking up is rewarded and not speaking up is considered a detriment to the firm. Staff… Continued
Ogilvy Public Relations Ogilvy’s global Work-Visit Program allows any full-time staff member at the account director level or higher who has worked at Ogilvy PR for approximately one year to apply to work in another… Continued