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Hunter Public Relations Hosts “PR Women Who Changed History” Event

by | Mar 6, 2018

Hunter Public Relations hosted a PR Women Who Changed History event last week, where the firm honored the female PR trailblazers who paved the way for women in the PR industry.

Kicking off Women’s History Month, Hunter PR’s founder, Barbara Hunter, joined a panel alongside her fellow PR Pioneers Saralie Slonsky and Muriel Fox to discuss the “Mad Men” days of PR and how far we’ve come as an industry today.

Hunter PR’s CEO, Grace Leong, served as host for the evening and Dick Martin, CCO at AT&T delivered a tribute to his friend and former colleague, the late Marilyn Laurie, first female CCO at AT&T.

Barbara Hunter, Muriel Fox and Saralie Slonksy discuss their groundbreaking careers as the first female leaders in Public Relations.

Barbara Hunter, Muriel Fox and Saralie Slonksy discuss their groundbreaking careers as the first female leaders in Public Relations.

Hunter and the agency’s current CEO Grace Leong celebrate the legacy of female leaders at the PR Women Who Changed History Event.

Hunter and the agency’s current CEO Grace Leong celebrate the legacy of female leaders at the PR Women Who Changed History Event.

Hunter, Fox and Slonksy discuss their trailblazing careers as the first female leaders in Public Relations.

Hunter, Fox and Slonksy discuss their trailblazing careers as the first female leaders in Public Relations.

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