Edelman Launches National Search for New Diversity Solutions PR Director

Edelman Launches National Search for New Diversity Solutions PR Director



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New York, NY (The Hispanic PR Monitor) – August 15, 2005 – Edelman public relations is conducting a national search for a new vice president to lead its Diversity Solutions practice following today’s announcement that vice president Heidi Eusebio is leaving the agency this week to get married and live in Germany.

“Edelman has bee very good to me and I will miss my team tremendously,” said Eusebio, a 13-year agency veteran and well respected leader of the Hispanic PR industry. “There’s an outstanding opportunity here for someone to lead the national Hispanic marketing practice with support from a stellar team across the country. Edelman has developed a very strong bench over the last few years and Diversity Solutions has regional managers across the U.S. ready to serve the needs of the organization and its clients.”

Eusebio’s replacement will be headquartered in New York and oversee one of the nation’s largest multicultural PR teams at a large PR agency with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Texas, Miami and Atlanta. Despite the imminent transition in leadership, Edelman is actively exploring acquisitions to further expand the multicultural marketing capabilities and enhance its leadership position among all major firms.

Eusebio said she plans to stay active in U.S. Hispanic PR consulting work from Frankfurt, Germany where she will also help Edelman on some international accounts. Eusebio is a contributing author of the soon-to-be launched book, “Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations: Understand and Targeting America’s Largest Minority” and will return to the U.S. in October for the PRSA International conference in Miami, where she will present a master class, titled “Changing the Face of Public Relations: Latino Media Issues including Electronic Publicity and Media Training.”

Edelman Launches National Search for New Diversity Solutions PR Director