Winner: Philip Nardone, CEO & Founder, PAN Communications Philip Nardone is a three-year member of the Newhouse Advisory Board at Syracuse University, and pioneered a professional development program with the establishment of the PAN Portal.… Continued
Winner: John Guilfoil, Principal, John Guilfoil Public Relations JGPR’s clients are on the clock 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Because of this, John Guilfoil is often on-site with… Continued
Winner: Carmen Collins, Social Media Manager/Lead, Talent Brand, Cisco The transformation of Cisco’s Talent brand social media efforts in one year astounds. Leading the team, Carmen Collins changed the tone, voice and content for what… Continued
Winner: Laurie Archbold, Founder, Encore Public Relations|Red Couch Stories Laurie Archbold approaches every opportunity the same way, whether it be a pro bono project, nonprofit or Fortune 100 client. This has been her credo for over… Continued
Winner: Caitlin Bohrer, PR Lab Team Leader, Arizona State University Cronkite PR Lab Caitlin Bohrer is a self-starter in the best sense of the word. She offers strong written and verbal communication skills and an… Continued
Winner: Lt. Jeff Hallock, Public Information Officer, Orange County Sheriff’s Department Lt. Jeff Hallock, PIO for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, handled the crisis communications and media relations around a January 22, 2016 jail escape… Continued
Winner: Trisha Cardoso, Executive Vice President, Corporate Communications, Showtime Networks, Inc. Trisha Cardoso is responsible for the strategic planning and execution of all global public and media relations initiatives for Showtime. These efforts are designed… Continued
Each December at its Winter Awards luncheon at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., PR News inducts into its Hall of Fame PR professionals who have played longtime leadership roles, serving as sources of inspiration within and beyond the workplace, and helping to redefine and expand the roles communicators play. They’ve poured much talent and many years into the PR discipline, teaching by example.
The stalwart, indefatigable souls behind the best PR and marketing campaigns of the past tumultuous, media-saturated year will get the glory they deserve at PR News’ Dec. 6 Winter Awards luncheon at the historic National Press Club in Washington, D.C. At the luncheon PR News will announce the winners of its 2016 PR People Awards.