Winner: Andrew R. Campanella, President, National School Choice Week Andrew Campanella has served as president of National School Choice Week since 2012, and previously served as Vice President of Public Affairs. Under his leadership, National… Continued
Margery Kraus, Founder & Executive Chairman, APCO Worldwide An incredible journey began in 1984 when Margery Kraus founded APCO Worldwide, but back then the company consisted of only a small Washington D.C. office. Over the… Continued
Chris LaPlaca, Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, ESPN There are only a handful of employees left who remember when the idea of a 24-hour cable sports network seemed implausible, if not laughable. Chris LaPlaca, senior… Continued
Winner: Emergency Nurses Association – Ebola Crisis Response The U.S. Ebola crisis response was an unprecedented exercise in infectious diseases preparedness for nurses and healthcare organizations across the world. ENA members were hungry for the… Continued
PR News celebrated the winners and honorable mentions of its 2014 PR People Awards at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 9, 2014.
Winner: Laura Plumb, Drake University Laura Plumb, a student at Drake University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communications, has not waited for the launch of her post-collegiate, professional career to become a PR leader. As… Continued
Winner: Adrenna Alkhas, Marketing and Communications Director, Stanislaus County Fair Half a century ago, county fair organizers could count on the warming feel of a yearly ritual to draw huge, happy crowds and sponsors. In… Continued
Winner: David Daigle, Associate Director for Communications, Public Health Preparedness and Response, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Dave Daigle is a nationally recognized expert on crisis and emergency risk communications. In 2014, Daigle… Continued