You may have read my previous post on the Top 25 Inspirational Career Advice Bloggers. Those blogs are excellent for those seeking general career advice, but what happens if you already know the career you want to pursue? Specifically, If you know you are interested in a career in Public Relations (PR). The following 25 Female PR Career Advice Blogs, offer some truely valuable information, the bloggers range from students, graduates and working professionals and they all offer some excellent insight and advice.
Aakriti is a PR Manager who establishes and manages various internal stakeholders relationships. She is responsible for effective external communications who identify the target media for advertisements. She manages offline advertising budget for the United Kingdom.
Abi has a great passion for writing and learning new PR strategies. She is currently working with PR Account Executive at Darren Northeast PR. She keeps an eye on details and deadlines. She is equipped with various management skills in the PR field.
Arianne is a digital PR executive. She is a PR and French graduate from the prestigious University of Sunderland. Being a recent graduate she offers a fresh perspective on the world of PR. One of her favoured past times is dancing and she enjoys participating in ballet, tap, modern, jazz and contemporary dance.
Ashley is an expert in the PR field. She is highly recognized as the “prolific blogger” who passionately performs research on controversial subjects. She has appeared in BBC Radio Leicester to discuss various topics related to social media. She also had the chance to appear on Election night. She is interested in working to pursue and gather more PR experience and PR training.
Aubree is an expert in PR management with many years of experience. She has managed to organize multiple clients’ events and campaigns. She excels in updating and creating coverage files and content for clients. She has given the privilege to market training and fresh employees’ management.
Donna is a current August Venture talent and a graduate of Pepperdine University. She is expert in Business and Management and she believes that before a business could grow, the management team should grow first. She shares her many years of expertise in the PR field through her blogs and also helps in building various entrepreneurial businesses.
Gillian is a graduate of the Leeds Metropolitan University and is an expert in strategy development, media relations, PR, marketing, website design, content management, and stakeholder engagement. She has advanced skills in the PR field and she helps other’s business to grow.
Gloria gained her education from the PR Academy. She is the founder and publisher of MARGINALIA which is a site that explores new work ecosystems. She helps other people to improve their communication, management, and leadership skills. She is highly skilled and trained in producing book reviews, technology conferences, and global communication reports.
Heather graduated from Bournemouth University. She is highly passionate about Public Relations and building else’s career. She shares her experiences and expertise through her blog which are about career building. She is fascinated in pursuing research on intuitive, creative, and reasoned thinking process of humans.
Iliyana graduated from Dublin Business School. She has previous job experiences in HubSpot, Montpellier Public Relations Ltd, and Brandzeichen Markenberatung. She gathered fruitful years of experience in the PR field and various digital consultancies in UK and Germany. She has deep expertise in management of blogger and marketing relations.
Jane gained her education in Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). She has experience of being the Head of IC strategy and working with various clients. She mainly shares her experience in strategic internal communications consultancy support, channel reviews, training, campaigns, and research analysis. She has been a remarkable guest lecturer and project tutor in the PR field
Joanna graduated from Edge Hill University. She is the founder and creator of PR blog entitled ‘Diary of a PR Girl’. Her site is rapidly growing which receives over 11,000 views each day. She is highly passionate about politics, travel, health, and fashion. She formerly worked at various companies such as Champion newspapers, West Midlands Safari Park, Edward Ridding Design, and Blackburn Rovers FC. She has expertise in being an internal content, blogger writer, and career management.
Kate graduated from the University of Warwick. She is the founder and creator of Carrot Communications which aims to help many companies to build their businesses. She is an expert in PR and communications. She is the founder of Polpeo which is a social media simulation company. She has many years of experience in the PR field and she enjoys sharing her knowledge with the world.
Katie graduated the University of Leeds. She had harnessed over 10 years of experience as a social media strategist. She has become a CEO of the immediate future which is a social media agency. Her expertise has helped various clients such as Thomson Reuters, Ladbrokes, Staples, and Sony Music. She has managed the most trusted social media strategist which is the immediate future.
Laura is a graduate of Glasgow College of Good Technology. She is an experienced chartered PR practitioner. She shares her expertise by means of creating strategies which engage the audience attention. She highly believes that PR has the power to transform businesses. She has over 15 years of being a PR to CPD and she has worked with various luxury brands like Louts Cars and Morgan.
Leanne has over a decade of experience in communications, digital marketing and PR, content strategy, influencer engagement, social media training, and events. She worked N. Ireland committee for the Chartered Institute of PR and has delivered training events, runs a blog on the Irish industry, and has released “Talk Is Cheap: The Digital PR Your Startup Needs (But Can’t Afford)” in April 2016.
Livi graduated with a First Class Honors degree in Public Relations and Communication. She won the Britain's Best PR Student Blogger 2015 and is an author of “Using WordPress to Build a Personal Portfolio” in PR book. Wilkes also finds the blogging world exciting and relevant.
Rachel is fascinated about organizational communication. She founded All Things IC in 2013 and its works includes advising and coaching businesses, communication teams, and individuals. It seeks to improve workplace communication and help them work smarter.
Rebecca has a Masters with Merit in Public Relations from Southampton Solent University. She spent six years working in PR. She has experiences in a wide range of industries and is currently working for a boutique agency based on the South Coast of England.
Sally is an independent PR and marketing that specialize in communications. Sally Keith has a vast experience in creating and implementing a broad range of strategies and has also worked at board or CEO level. She has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Sarah holds the CIPR’s Sir Stephen Tallents medal 2014 for exceptional achievement in public relations practice. Hall was also the first North East practitioner to become Chartered. Her educational background includes an MA in Marketing from Northumbria University and a BA (Hons) in French and Media from Leeds University. She is also a Google Digital marketing graduate.
Sarah was the President elect of CIPR from January 2014 to January 2015. Her work as a President elect is to support Stephen Waddington in providing leadership for the CIPR. Sarah Pinch also became the President of CIPR from February 2015 to January 2016. As of today, she is the Immediate Past President of CIPR. She will be holding the position for 8 months starting from January 2016.
Sarah has worked in IT consultancy for IBM and Goldman Sachs. She later joined Taylor Bennett in 2002 and Prospect Resourcing as a Consultant in 2004. In 2006, she worked with Indigo Red’s management team and went back to work for Taylor Bennett group of companies in 2007.
Siobhan studies Public Relations and Communications and she likes speaking and learning from other people. She also has interest in digital and the growing digital world. Spending most of her time in Ireland, she is proud of her Irish heritage.
This organization supports gender balance and the next generation of women leaders and female talent in the PR industry. It is an independent networking organization for senior women who works in the PR industry. It also helps mid-career women.
I hope you have found the above list useful. If you think theres anyone missing from my Top 25 Female Career Advice Blogs list I would love to hear your recommendations in the comments.