PR Women Who Changed History


PR Women Who Changed History - Museum of PR Event

Third annual event celebrating the “PR Women Who Changed History: the stories you never heard before”

For most of modern PR history, up through the 1980s, professional PR women were few and far between. Their stories are rarely mentioned in textbooks, or discussed in the classroom. Yet these are the women who paved the way for the rest of us. Their impact went beyond the profession, influencing business, politics, culture and society. On March 7, their stories will be told for the first time.

PR Women Who Changed History
Thursday, March 7, 2019, 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
85 Broad Street, 27th floor, New York

A networking reception will follow the event.

You must REGISTER to attend
General Admission, $50 | Student Admission, $5 | Educator Admission, $15

SPONSORSHIPS are available for this event
Bronze Level, $1,000 | Silver Level, $1,500 | Gold Level, $2,000 | Platinum Level, $5,000

Patrice Tanaka, keynote address
Founder & Chief Joy Officer, Joyful Planet
“A PR Entrepreneur’s Purpose-Driven Journey”

Tracey Mendelsohn
President, Black Public Relations Society – New York
“How Pat Tobin Broke the Color Barrier” 

Dr. Caryn Medved, emcee
Baruch College, CUNY
“From Housewife to Wonder Woman: How Madison Avenue Shaped our Views of Ourselves”

Dr. Karen Miller Russell
University of Georgia, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication
“Five PR Women Who Forever Changed our Profession”

This event is sponsored in part by Finn Partners.