Branding, Personal Branding, Public Relations, Social Media

PRSSANC and Making a Difference

A week ago today, I left for Philadelphia, Pa. and the 2013 Public Relations Student Society of America's National Conference (PRSSANC). The buzz leading up to the event was incredible and the energy that filled the Loews Philadelphia Hotel was infectious. I had the honor and pleasure of presenting "CEO of You: Creating Your Personal… Continue reading PRSSANC and Making a Difference

Branding, Personal Branding, Public Relations, Social Media

Building Social Trust

On Oct. 23, I had the honor of speaking to my friend and colleague Deirdre Breakenridge’s PR and Social Media class at New York University. My talk was titled, “Building Social Relationships.” While I discussed engagement, listening to your social audience, and being effective, I kept coming back to one word: Trust. In social media,… Continue reading Building Social Trust


Personal Audits and Your Brand

On Oct. 26, I'll be speaking at PRSSA's National Conference in Philadelphia, Pa. (Cue the Rocky theme!) It's an incredible honor to be back in the city where I got my degree (#TempleMade) and my first job. The title of the talk is "The CEO of You," which focuses on personal branding. Whether you are… Continue reading Personal Audits and Your Brand

Personal Branding

The CEO of You

I'm beyond excited to be traveling to Philadelphia in a few weeks to be part of PRSSA's National Conference. Not only will I be visiting the city I got my start in, professionally, I'm also getting a chance to share something I'm passionate about: Personal Branding. The title of my talk is, "The CEO of… Continue reading The CEO of You

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Simplicity: A Better Way to Blog

"If you can see the lights shine in front of me. If you can see the lights shout out where you'll be."- Simple Minds, See the Lights It's no secret if you follow my blog via email, WordPress, or on social networks, that I haven't done this in a while.  There have been a number of factors why, none of… Continue reading Simplicity: A Better Way to Blog