PR Technology Pioneer, Ben Chodor, Joins The Museum of Public Relations Board of Trustees

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CommPRO Editorial Staff

Ben ChodorBen Chodor, former president of comms tech company Notified and one of PR Week’s list of top PR technology leaders, announced today he has joined the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Public Relations, effective immediately.

A former president and founder of a variety of communications tech companies, Ben has more than 25 years pioneering technologies to serve the Digital Media, PR, and IR industries. He is also a member of the Forbes Communications Council and author of Transitioning to Virtual and Hybrid Events; How to Create, Adapt, and Market an Engaging Online Experience.

At Notified, he ran the world’s only communications cloud dedicated to IR, PR & Events. Prior to Notified, Ben co-founded and led Happtique, the first digital health mobile application. He was also founder and CEO for digital media and webcasting company, Stream57, and former Global Head of Streaming and Virtual Events at InterCall.

A native of New Jersey, Ben earned his B.S. in Radio/TV/Film at the University of Maryland.

The Museum of PR, a 501(c)3 educational institution, is the world’s only museum dedicated to preserving and chronicling the history of this century-old profession. It holds more than 5000 artifacts from PR pioneers, social activists and scholars at its archives at 85 Broad Street.