“From Media Relations to Measurement: Maximizing Your Multicultural Initiatives in 2007” is the title of an in-depth, professional development panel discussion planned for June 28 in San Francisco. The discussion will feature, from left:

    • Christine Clavijo-Kish, CEO, LatinClips;

    • Leslie Yngojo-Bowes, president and founder of U.S. Asian Wire; and

    • Carla Cody, Esquire, director of special projects, Black PR Wire.

The discussion will be hosted by Hispanic PR Wire, LatinClips and the San Francisco Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Click here for details.

SF Press Club News


  1. The previous comment is very unfortunate. Public relations in this case could be very helpful to the larger community, enabling underserved populations to reach out to larger audiences and greater resources. Like anything, whether it’s journalism, public relations or any other human endeavor, it can be used in a positive way or negatively. (Ken Jordan)

  2. Modern PRopaganda as invented by Sigmund Freuds nephew Edward Bernays,public relations,PR,is a great part of the downfall of the USA, thanks for promoting the despicable art of social engineering and mass mind control.

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