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BoardroomPR Adds Former ABC Reporter Zoe Haugen as a Multi-Media/PR Specialist

by | Apr 4, 2018

BoardroomPR, one of Florida’s largest public relations and integrated social and digital media agencies, announced that it has hired Zoe Haugen as a Multi-Media/PR Specialist.

Prior to joining BoardroomPR, Haugen worked as a producer for ABC News Network in Miami covering the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas shootings in Parkland and another tragedy. Before moving back to South Florida she worked as a multimedia journalist for WAOW-TV, an ABC affiliate outside of Green Bay, Wisconsin.

While attending the University of Florida, Haugen was a brand ambassador for Promotional Brand Ambassadors, Inc., a writer and editor for the Florida Odyssey Online and a TV anchor, reporter, producer and photographer at WUFT-TV, a PBS affiliate and a radio reporter for WUFT-FM, an NPR affiliate in Gainesville. She interned at WPLG Local 10 in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area and at Polhem PR in Oslo, Norway.

“We are excited to have another star journalist on BoardroomPR’s growing team,” said BoardroomPR President Julie Silver. Of our 18 staff—seven of our staff worked in television and print journalism before signing on with our agency.

“When you work with a group of people who truly love what they do, it makes work that much more exciting,” said Haugen. “’Boardroom is a special place, modeled after a TV station. I’m excited to lend my multi-media and journalism skills for the agency’s coveted clientele.”

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