Here’s a bright idea:
Practice good public relations — not the kind of PR that spins a story or issues a one-sided message, but the kind that focuses on building and strengthening the relationships between groups.
I believe in good public relations – the kind that focuses on respect, teamwork and real listening.
Good public relations gets great results.
Kim Helminski Keller has been working as a public relations consultant since 2000. Prior to branching out on her own, her public relations expertise served organizations such as FedEx, the University of Memphis, various non-profits and media outlets. Her writing has been featured in media outlets such as the Dallas Morning News and Fox News Latino.
She is now using her more than 20 years of experience in media, public relations, communications research and marketing to develop and execute strategic communications tools and programs for companies throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Keller’s work has won several communications awards, but more importantly, it has helped her clients develop a unique business advantage through improved relationship building and reputation management.
Keller is deeply committed to advancing the field of public relations, and she is well-versed in its best practices. She holds an MA in Journalism from the University of Memphis and served as an adjunct faculty member for the university’s journalism department. Keller earned accreditation from the Public Relations Society of America and certification in corporate community relations from Boston College.
She’s also a genuinely nice person who values producing high quality work, adhering to budgets and deadlines, listening to others and all around “doing the right thing.”