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ABOUT THE NOVEMBER MEETING’S KEY SPEAKER
Mark G. Auerbach
Mark G. Auerbach Public Relations
“How to Market and Promote Yourself”.
A public Relations 101 overview on good techniques to help you showcase yourself, as author, expert, or “go to person”
Mark G. Auerbach has been practicing the art of public relations and marketing, since the mimeograph machine was pumping out press releases in the early 1970s. He studied at Northfield Mount Hermon School, American University, and The Yale School of Drama, and began his career in marketing and public relations with arts organizations like Wolf Trap (Washington, DC), Houston Grand Opera and Houston Ballet, Connecticut Ballet, Greater Miami Opera, Springfield (MA) Symphony, and StageWest (Springfield, MA).
He formed Mark G. Auerbach Public Relations in 1987. The public relations consultancy is best known for having handled public relations, underwriting and special events for New England Public Radio (NPR member stations WFCR and WNNZ) for over 20 years. His national client base includes: The nationally-syndicated radio/TV/web political talk show “The David Pakman Show”, Suffield Academy, Kurn Hattin Homes for Children, The Jazz Ensembles at Mount Holyoke College, Berkshire Film and Media Collaborative, The Mike Thornton Agency (“The Capitol Steps”) and authors Victor Acquista MD and Harriet Scott Chessman.
Mark also juggles several hats as an arts reporter and journalist and public relations specialist. He has covered theatre for both radio and print outlets over the years, and currently serves as an arts reporter for The Westfield News Group in MA and its newspapers, The Westfield Evening News, Longmeadow News, and Enfield Press. He writes features for PRIME Magazine and a marketing column for the award-winning “Succeeding in Small Business” blog. Previously, he served as Arts and Travel Editor for Jewish Weekly News, theatre writer for The Valley Optimist, and a features reporter for WSPR-AM and WNNZ in Springfield, MA.
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