Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR) named Judy Lubin, Jennifer Mastin Giglio, and Tara Silver winners of the 2011 Emerging Leaders Awards (ELA). The Awards honors rising stars, ages 21-35, in the public relations and communications industry.
udy Lubin joined Congresswoman Donna Edwards (D-MD) and other panelists on the Doin’ it Again — Getting 2008 First-time Voters Out in 2012 panel discussion at the 2011 Netroots Nation conference. The discussion focused on offline and online strategies for engaging, energizing and winning back 2008 first-time voters, with an emphasis on youth and African American voters. During the discussion, Lubin noted several trends that suggest black voters are likely to provide strong support for the president in 2012, despite high unemployment and criticism of Obama’s lack of a “black agenda”.
PSC is pleased to announce three new clients: GreatSchools, American Lung Association and the Collaborative for Education Organizing. GreatSchools is the country’s leading source of information on school performance. The organization has launched a groundbreaking new program called College Bound, an online approach to helping
The FCC has released the nation’s first National Broadband Plan. In a blog article posted on Salon.com, PSC’s Judy Lubin discusses the social, economic and political implications of broadband access.
In the midst of a national debate on health care and growing health care disparities, PSC provided the Black Women’s Health Imperative strategic communications services to support the organization’s policy advocacy and community outreach efforts.
A U.S. born Haitian American, PSC’s founder and president Judy Lubin immediately sprung into action to help family, friends and others affected by the earthquake. In the first few days following the tragic event, PSC’s Action for Haiti Facebook page attracted national media and more than 1200 “fans” as concerned citizens, college students, and nonprofit organizations used the resource to network, collaborate and promote fundraising and volunteer opportunities.
PSC President Judy Lubin attended a White House health reform meeting on Wednesday, August 26th. Led by administration officials, the meeting focused on how to engage young adults in the current health reform debate.
PSC helped moved this 10 year organization past its “founder’s stage” by providing strategic advice and guidance, producing WomenHeart’s first brand guide, and new website and corporate video.
The campaign included a media outreach strategy that features public service announcements sponsored by the Ad Council.
In her latest Leading Voices blog, PSC president Judy Lubin, MPH, discusses the opportunity to reduce health disparities through comprehensive health reform. She notes “Since as far back as 1899, W.E.B. Du Bois documented racial health disparities and their link to poverty and discrimination. Today,