Written by: Briana Wooten, Communications & PR Intern at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
Public Relations has been around since the beginning of time, and at the core of its being is storytelling, and reaching out for human connection. It is in the hands of the PR and/or communications professional to uncover what stories there all to tell and how they should be told.
Written by: Briana Wooten, Communications and PR Intern at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
Public Relations, a notoriously ambiguous field, can come to be most simply defined as “a strategic communication process that builds mutually beneficial relationships between organizations and their publics”, as per the Public Relations Society of America  Demand for these professionals has been increasing as society grows in social consciousness and “woke-ness,” as many companies are finding that they cannot easily navigate the new scape.
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Written by: Briana Wooten, First Ladies of Poverty Foundation Communications & PR Intern
Written by: Shatoyia Jones, CEO, self-development and multiple streams of income / generational wealth mentor at First Ladies of Poverty Foundation
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