Danielle Kramer, Account Manager, Fresh Ideas Group Though just a few years into her professional PR career, Danielle Kramer is a shining example of how one should never underestimate the capabilities of today’s youth. In… Continued
Winner: Shannon Eis, Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, MWW Shannon Eis’ team was behind the world’s longest ribbon-cutting: 5.51 miles worth of blue ribbon stretching along the Jersey Shore, with Governor Chris Christie wielding the… Continued
Alyssa Gardina, Senior Digital Manager, Weber Shandwick Alyssa Gardina started her public relations career at the Women’s Museum in Dallas, igniting her passion for storytelling through digital media. After dedicating two years in nonprofit, she… Continued
Dana Metzger, Senior Account Executive, Clapp Communications Dana Metzger has many attributes that make her a standout PR professional. She is assertive, but never brash, and strategic while also being flexible and incredibly smart. She… Continued
Natalie DeNike, Associate, Analytics, WCG Natalie DeNike has already developed a strong specialization in consumer analytics by working with some of WCG’s largest accounts, including Red Bull, Hershey’s, Warner Bros and Hilton Worldwide. In the… Continued
Crystal Ghassemi, APR, Public Relations Manager, Dollar General Corporation Since joining Dollar General last year, Crystal Ghassemi has completely overhauled the company’s external outreach efforts. Ghassemi implemented a substantial PR outreach in January 2013 to position… Continued
Heather J. Lennon, Social Media Strategist and Component PR Manager, Advanced Micros Devices Heather Lennon led the PR charge for AMD’s Technograffiti, a digital exhibit that was part of the most recent SXSW conference and… Continued
PR News will announce the winners of the 2013 PR People Awards at a Dec. 10 luncheon at Washington, D.C.’s National Press Club. We’ll also honor this year’s inductees into the PR News Hall of Fame and the 2013 People to Watch list of Rising PR Stars (listed here).
Intuit’s “Speedboats and Battleships” set out to increase employees’ awareness of Intuit’s competition, get a better understanding of Intuit’s own products and do it all while having some fun; ultimately, the game was a success, as 4,337 employees participated (more than half of Intuit’s population) including more than a dozen senior leaders and the CEO.