I had the honor of gaining a vast amount of communications experience from serving as director of communications for Special Olympics Massachusetts. In my first year, I helped the organization gain more television news spots and positive press coverage then they had seen in years. I have been in front of more TV cameras and microphones than most communications professionals see in an entire career and I take that experience to each client.
At Special Olympics, I had a great opportunity to launch and manage several high-profile projects including those with the Boston Celtics, Blue Man Group, Boston Breakers/WUSA and I toured the country with Olympic gymnasts from the 2000 Sydney Olympics, handling press relations for them. Over the years I have cultivated numerous key relationships with members of the media and has developed a solid reputation as a respected public relations professional.
Now, I write books and speak to groups on how to stay focused based on my book Overcoming Distractions.
PS: Don’t forget to take a look at my new book, Overcoming Distractions-Thriving with Adult ADHD, something I know a great deal about. You can buy it on Amazon and in stores at Barnes & Noble.The successful adults I profile in the book have created successful businesses and I wanted to tell their stories. How did they become successful and how did they do it with their ADHD brain?
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