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Johanne Cadet Appointed Vice President of The Black Public Relations Society of South Florida
Seasoned Public Relations Executive chosen to direct The Black Public Relations Society of South Florida (NBPRS-SF) initiatives.
In her new role, Cadet will lead and manage the non-profit organizations strategies and ensure that all efforts are reflected in the over-all organization’
Cadet is a public relation’s strategist, based in Miami, FL, with experience in media relations, branding, research, visibility, event planning, and community outreach programs.
Johanne has been successful in managing pr campaigns for the National Basketball Retired Players Association (NBRPA), NBA All-Star Weekend (Feb 2013), NBA Golf Tournaments, Florida Democratic Party, Mercedes Benz Fashion Swim Week, 2013 Philanthropy Summit with President Bill Clinton as the keynote speaker and guest honoree Laurent Salvador LaMotte-Prime Minister of Haiti , and the International Coaches Clinic (ICC).
Johanne, a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, is as passionate about public service as she is about public relations. She volunteers her time to combatting social Issues that affect her Native Country of Haiti .She serves as Vice President of The Black Public Relations Society of South Florida (BPRS-SF) and Event Coordinator of South Florida Public Relations Network (SFPRN). During her free time she runs her blog blog http://www.johannecadet.com.
About Black Public Relations Society of South Florida (BPRS-SF)
Founded in 1997, the National Black Public Relations Society (NBPRS) has served as an advocate for black professionals in the public relations, media relations, corporate communications, investor relations, government affairs, community relations and related fields. Run by professionals for professionals, NBPRS addresses the diverse needs of its members through programs and partnerships that provide cultural and competitive advantages. NBPRS has chapters in major media markets and offers peer-to-peer support, mentorship, networking, job opportunities, internships, and career advancement strategies for professionals engaged in corporate, government, agency, non-profit, and private practice. The organization is more than 1500 plus members strong. Visit NBPRS at www.nbprs.org;
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