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2015 Rising PR Stars (corporation and association): Eliza Levy, Manager of Public Relations and Grassroots, National Council of Textile OrganizationsDecember 9th, 2015 by Chris Seymour
Eliza Levy is the Manager of Public Relations and Grassroots for the National Council of Textile Organizations (NCTO). NCTO is the most visible and respected trade organization in the United States for the domestic textile… Continued
Winner: Sol Colom, Discovery Networks Latin America/US Hispanic Communications Manager Sol Colom understands that Public Relations is an all-encompassing discipline where communications strategies, plans and activities always have to be linked to overall business results.… Continued
Winner: John Guilfoil, Owner/Principal, John Guilfoil Public Relations (JGPR) John Guilfoil has proven to the police and fire departments of New England that his services are of value. In just one year, he’s grown his… Continued
Winner: Anna Treiber, Henson Consulting, Inc., Director of Hospitality As Henson Consulting’s first employee more than 8 years ago, Anna Treiber steadily moved up the ranks from intern to Director of Hospitality. Treiber, who has… Continued
Winner: Jerry Nappi, Entergy Wholesale Commodities’ Senior Nuclear Communications Manager On a quiet Saturday evening in May 2015, a main electrical transformer exploded and caught fire at the Indian Point nuclear power plant in Buchanan,… Continued
Winner: Gina West, Manager, Community Investment & Engagement at Fannie Mae As the manager of Fannie Mae’s Community Investment & Engagement team, Gina West leads the company’s SERVE (Serving, Engaged and Ready to Volunteer Employees)… Continued