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Top Women in PR 2014: Allyson Hugley

Allyson Hugley, President, Measurement and Analytics, Weber Shandwick Nothing captures the imaginations of industry executives while fueling their anxieties like big data. As Weber Shandwick’s resident analytics expert, Allyson is at the forefront of the data movement, … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Aedhmar Hynes

Aedhmar Hynes, CEO, Text100 Aedhmar is a true leader and role model. In the past 12 months, she played a significant and pivotal role in changing the way PR agencies pitch new business with the … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Justine Griffin

 Justine Griffin, Managing Director, Rasky Baerlein Strategic Communications  Justine leads the crisis communications and reputation management practice at Rasky Baerlein. She helps clients who find themselves at the nexus of politics, media and business, either … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Julia Labaton

Julia Labaton, President, RED PR Julia is one of the first women in PR to pioneer “nails as a fashion accessory,” making professional manicures a runway stable since 1996. The recent nail industry boom is … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Judy Whittlesey

Judy, Whittlesey, Executive Vice President, Susan Davis International If you look at a map of Washington, D.C., you’ll see some of the historic projects for which Judy has led the charge on representing and promoting: … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Jennie Day-Burget

Jennie Day-Burget, Vice President, Prichard Jennie is an exceptional leader who has accomplished much in a short career. She is recognized across the country as an expert in public interest communications and speaks regularly at … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Jenna Thomas

Jenna Thomas, Director, Digital Public Relations & Social Media Marketing, Nebo Agency  Since joining Nebo in 2013, Jenna has grown the Social Media and PR team from the smallest to the most important arm of … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Cessie Cerrato

Cessie Cerrato, Public Relations Director, Palace Resorts  Cessie leads and executes publicity efforts, internal communications strategies and event and trade show activations for the Palace Resorts brand globally. Additionally, she continues to strategically manage the … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Camille Johnston

Camille Johnston, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Siemens Corporation  Camille, who is the former communications director for First Lady Michelle Obama, has revolutionized how Siemens communicates in the United States and in the process has completely … | MORE »

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Top Women in PR 2014: Anne Brownlee

Anne Brownlee, Vice President of America, Omni Hotels & Resorts  Anne exemplifies what it means to smoothly transition from a decades-long career in global communications agencies to a role as a respected executive leader in … | MORE »

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