Contracting a freelance PR professional for specific pieces of work such as media campaigns, marketing new services, countering bad publicity, or improving your branding is a cost effective way of achieving your aims and getting the most value for your money.
Pamela Judge provides a spectrum of PR activities tailored to the needs of charities, community organisations and social enterprises. She can either carry out all the work to your specifications or provide training and support to your staff so you can do as much as is practical in-house while still reaching high standards of professionalism.
Pamela can help you to raise your profile in the local press and on local radio and TV, as well as by organising conferences, receptions and other events. She can also help you to plan your communications and marketing activities. She can also advise on developing positive relationships with politicians and other policy makers.
Pamela has worked in the voluntary and public sectors all her life in various roles which included media and wider communications work. She has extensive experience of working with local press, radio and TV and lobbying about social policy.
Pamela is based in Newcastle Emlyn.
Pamela’s public and voluntary sector background means she understands the importance of getting excellent value for money. Prices are negotiable, depending on the type and size of your organisation.
Pamela holds the industry qualification, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Diploma and, as a member of CIPR, is bound by the CIPR’s Code of Conduct – see http://www.cipr.co.uk/content/about-us/about-cipr/code-conduct
For more information please contact Pamela; email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01239 711041.