Awards Won For Clients

Want to get noticed? Industry awards can generate PR and bring awareness to your organization or product. I have proven experience writing award submissions that get results. Below are some of the awards I have won for clients in national and international competitions.

Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VII, 2004 CASE is the premier professional association for educational advancement in the United States. Gold Awards: National University Virtual High School brochure (won in two categories) Gold Awards: "Legacies of the Holocaust" poster (won in two categories) Silver Award: "Contemporary Black Women's Lives" poster

University & College Desigers Association, 2005 The UCDA Design Competition recognizes the best of the exceptional design work done to promote educational institutions. Award of Excellence: Print advertising campaign for National University (Wrote the ad campaign and the award submission.) Silver Award: National University Annual Report 2005 (Wrote the annual report and the award submission.)

Platinum PR Award, May 2006 PR News' Platinum PR Awards honor outstanding communications initiatives and programs across all areas of PR. Elementary Institute of Science - Miracle Campaign brochure

Creativity Annual Awards, September 2006 Creativity Annual Awards is one of the longest running international advertising and graphic design competitions. Silver: Elementary Institute of Science - Miracle on 51st Street video Certificate of Merit: Elementary Institute of Science Campaign folder Certificate of Merit: Initial Public Offering Sales video

Critical Impact Award, Council on Foundations, February 2007 The Critical Impact Awards honor philanthropists who make a difference ion their grantmaking. Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation

Urban Land Institute Award for Excellence Finalist, February 2007 ULI Awards for Excellence define the standard for real estate development practice worldwide. The awards recognize the full development process of a project--construction, economic viability, marketing, and management--as well as design. Market Creek Plaza