Everybody wants to increase their audiences, customers and revenue, but for you, it's not that simple. You want public relations(PR) that can give you an edge yet remain professional. Or maybe you want PR that gives you professionalism but lets you keep your edge. Whatever drives your passion, Baltimore-based Eclectic PR, with its virtual business model and dynamic and flexible network of marketing specialists, graphic and web designers, event coordinators and more, has the keys to your success. Each campaign is tailored specifically to your needs, and should those needs change, so can the campaign. As well as campaigns, Eclectic's founder Cherrie Woods is the master PR teacher via her customized workshops for creative entrepreneurs.
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Founder, Cherrie Woods
Cherrie Woods is a 16-year plus public relations (PR) veteran who has a client list that includes self-published and traditionally published authors, visual artists, arts and culture and non-profit organizations. She has held public relations’ staff and management positions at Baltimore City Dept. of Public Works, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, the Detroit Institute of Arts, Toronto Social Services and Public Health and Harbourfront Centre.
Woods has served as membership chair on the board of Baltimore Public Relations Society and is an active member of Black Writers Guild of MD. She was past president of NBPRS–Detroit and has been featured in several media outlets and publications including, ABCTV-2, Fox45-TV, WJZ-TV (CBS Affiliate), WEAA.88.9, Maryland Public Television, Sirius-XM, Toronto Star, Toronto World Art Scene, Who’s Who in Black Detroit, Michigan Chronicle, The Culvert Chronicles, The Baltimore Sun, Tellusdetroit.com and Rolling Out Magazine.
As well as facilitating customized workshops for authors and creative entrepreneurs and is the author of Where Do I Start? 10 PR Questions and Answers to Guide Self-Published Authors. She is an adjunct faculty at Maryland Institute College of Art. Woods is also an award-winning author of Free to Be Me: Poems on Love, Life and Relationships under the pseudonym Cherrie Amour.