Tina Elmowitz

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3 Lessons from The Greatest Job on Earth with Ringling Bros.

May 21, 2017 marked the final performance of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. For 23 years, I have work alongside these world-class athletes, creative minds and over-the-top talented performers, and they never failed to inspire me.

From stories of challenge and triumph, to making visions come to life, to making the impossible possible, every single […]

By |May 22nd, 2017|Blog Post|0 Comments

The race to think like a millennial

At the PRSA 2013 International Conference this week, I attended a session on building millennial leaders. I‘ll take all the help I can get in this department, but I’m still not sure anyone has really figured it out yet.

We all know the stereotypes (check out Sh*t Millennials Say), and we also know there are many exceptional millennials who are doing amazing things. We certainly have some fantastic millennials at rbb, including our own Rafael Sangiovanni, who was named one of PR News’ People To Watch in PR in 2013.

One of the most interesting points brought up was a comment from the audience. There is a theory that society is cyclical, repeating itself every fourth generation.

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By |October 30th, 2013|Blog Post|0 Comments

What? You want to please ME? Well, sign me up to vote!

I am sick and tired of the ads, phone calls and junk mail…and after today, it will just about be over.

But despite the frustrations of long lines, Facebook friends you no longer like and politicians you just don’t trust, Seth Godin has uncovered a really good reason to vote.

It’s a quick read and well worth […]

By |November 6th, 2012|Blog Post|0 Comments

Why I loathe the send button, and you should too

I admit it. I am judgmental. I mentally edit every resume, email and letter that comes across my desk.

Split split infinitives, irregular tenses, improper pronouns, typos – I look for them all. Or rather, they look for me and I just can’t help myself.

If you send me a resume with typos, I will send a kind response, but I will not interview you. As PR people, we answer to a higher authority: The AP Stylebook. It is our Bible, and I still use my trusty college copy that got me through Mass Communications unscathed. Perhaps that is why I still put two spaces after a period and not one as the revised Stylebook states.

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By |August 23rd, 2012|Blog Post|1 Comment