January 2, 2019
Pictured: LEC's Liz Densmore
These honorees of the Top Women in PR Awards represent the highly influential women who work tirelessly to propel their teams forward, all while inspiring the next generation of communications professionals.
On January 25 at the Grand Hyatt in NYC, PR News will bring together bold women who are making an impact in the communications field for an afternoon of celebration, networking and team bonding. The luncheon will include an opening cocktail reception, awards ceremony and keynote presentation from Justine Davie, communications strategy officer for the Marine Corps Reserve. Justine will share how she infuses humor and emotional vulnerability into her own writing and communications work, as well as speaking to the wider movement that female communicators have sparked as they lead the next big trends in messaging, marketing and communications.
These honorees of the Top Women in PR Awards represent the highly influential women who work tirelessly to propel their teams forward, all while inspiring the next generation of communications professionals. Individual tickets and tables of ten are available. The Platinum Package is our best value that includes guaranteed best seating with a table in the front of the room for the whole team to enjoy all the action up close, two bottles of champagne, a half-page program ad and more: https://www.prnewsonline.com/go/top-women-in-pr-awards-2019/
For questions regarding the Top Women in PR Awards program or the luncheon event, contact PR News' Marketing Coordinator, Megan Sigg at email@example.com.
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