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: Sara Schwartz Assistant Account Executive, Havas PR One of Sara Schwartz’s first assignments after joining Euro RSCG Worldwide PR—now Havas PR—in May 2011 was helping to plan a Back to School editor event for… Continued
Eric Mower + Associates With open work spaces, a collaborative culture and little hierarchy, the communications lines among coworkers are open and direct at Eric Mower + Associates. Employees participate in various surveys each year… Continued
Anna Treiber Hospitality Division Manager, Henson Consulting It’s no coincidence that the most buzzed about restaurants in Chicago are part of Anna Treiber’s client roster at Henson Consulting. As manager of HC’s hospitality division, Treiber has… Continued
AICPA The internal culture at the American Institute of CPAs is welcoming, professional, fun and hard-working. The communications and media channels team is a group of creative individuals who thrive on the ideas and attitudes… Continued
Rachel Lonsdale Group Manager, Weber Shandwick At 29, Seattle-based Rachel Lonsdale has already made a major impact on clients and colleagues. As a key member of Weber Shandwick’s Social Impact team, Lonsdale has shown poise, leadership… Continued
Winner: Colleen Cleary Vice President, Havas PR Colleen Cleary is a leading expert when it comes to media relations and celebrity partnerships—as vice president of Havas PR, Cleary is a senior client manager who specializes… Continued