We've worked with companies of all sizes, including:
The Associated Press
Bush Retirement Plan Services
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
Cobb Chamber of Commerce
Freeman, Mathis & Gary
Georgia Perimeter College
Georgians for Passenger Rail
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
The Shailendra Group
Smith & Howard
Stars & Stripes
Our approach goes beyond traditional definitions of Public Relations and Internal and External Communications to create a comprehensive communications strategy using tactics ranging from traditional corporate newsletters and speeches to media relations and social media.
Our education, training and work experience provide a unique blend of communication and management skills that we use to help companies puts strategy in motion. We have high-level writing, editing and communication skills, plus extensive experience in crafting communication to meet the needs and expectations of a targeted audience.
Cindy has three business affiliations: She is a partner with the communications firm COMM360; managing partner with writing coaching firm Edward Miller Coaching; and director of communications for WOW! transformations.
A former metro editor at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Cindy has also worked as a management consultant and as a managing partner with Newsroom Leadership Group, a coaching and consulting team serving newspaper editors around the world. She has conducted leadership development programs at new companies around the United States, including The Associated Press, the San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, Austin American-Statesman and Orlando Sentinel. She has conducted training programs at Stockholm University and for Swedish newspapers. Cindy has also developed communications programs and strategies for an international news organization and a major non-profit heath care system.
Cindy is a member of Vistage International, a worldwide CEO leadership organization. She is founding board member for the McCormick Foundation and J-Lab’s New Media Women Entrepreneurs, an initiative that provides funding to journalism projects led by women. She is also a board member for the Atlanta Women’s Network, an organization devoted to promoting the involvement of women in business. Cindy has written a book on the history of Clark Atlanta University, a historically black university in Atlanta. She received her master’s in business administration from Kennesaw (GA) State University and her undergraduate journalism degree from the University of Georgia.