Westchester PR Agency CEO Shares Career Advice on Succeeding in the Changing Landscape of Communications
On November 22, Kris Ruby, CEO of Westchester PR & Social Media Agency Ruby Media Group, will be speaking at the New York Women in Communications Foundation’s 2014 Student Career Conference. The conference will be held at NYU’s Kimmel Center in New York City. Students and aspiring young professionals seeking advice and tips about pursuing a career in the rapidly evolving communications industry will be attending. The full day event includes networking opportunities, informative panel discussions, essential career advice, and incomparable access to the industry’s leading experts.
The event will address the swiftly changing disciplines and unfolding opportunities in the communications industry including broadcast and radio, digital content, public relations, advertising, marketing, entertainment, fashion, beauty, food and beverage, social media, entrepreneurship and secrets to a successful job search.
“I am thrilled to be speaking on the Women in Communication Personal Branding Panel and hope my advice will inspire other young women to develop a thriving career in Public Relations,” said Kris Ruby of Ruby Media Group.
Ruby will use her experiences as an agency owner, noted social media expert and on air television commentator to provide young professionals with powerful career advice to building a personal brand.
“Kris Ruby has built a strong brand as a social media expert on network television. She is a force to be reckoned with and I know attendees are going to learn a lot of valuable information from her,” said Brittany Hennessy of New York Women in Communications.
Some of the communications companies represented at the conference will include FOX5, Mashable, Barclays Center, Huffington Post, Fashionista.com, Kaplow, ABC-TV, The Muse, LinkedIn, The Wall StreetJournal, Good Housekeeping, USA Today, NYC Mayors Office of Media and Entertainment, to name a few. Keynote speakers include Anne Fulenwider, Editor-in-Chief, Marie Claire Magazine and Rachel Sklar, Writer/Editor, Founder of Change The Ratio and TheLi.st.