Mary Erangey, a senior vice president at Public Communications Inc., is a communications strategist with 25 years of experience supporting education, healthcare, corporate and nonprofit clients.
Strategic messaging and story-telling lie at the heart of her success. She has managed messaging campaigns for internal corporate communications and provided communications counsel on sensitive legal issues, labor-related issues, regulatory scrutiny, controversial education announcements, leadership changes and major corporate announcements. She also has led award-winning media relations campaigns and developed award-winning marketing materials.
Mary has completed the MIT-Harvard Public Disputes Program, Dealing With An Angry Public, which is a project of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
Mary stays creatively charged by serving on the Chicago Advisory Committee of the national News Literacy Project and performing as a rock cellist and singer with the band she and her husband founded, Curious Grace & Black Rabbit, soon to release its first studio album, #WorldOnFire.
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