Kennedy Robinson Public Relations provides public relations services to social entrepreneurs, non-profits and creatives. We help get our clients in the news and ensure people remember their organizations. This helps to increase visibility, attracting funders, participants and volunteers.
“I communicate to the public to get your message, your story to the right audience: prospective clients, donors, volunteers, donors, elected officials, through print, broadcast, online and social media — the work that you do to help people improve their lives.”
Our mission is to help you get favorable press in newspapers, magazines, online publications, on TV and radio to help you grow your business, brand or organization by helping you gain exposure in the media, which builds credibility and develops trust.
“I am committed to building this business because I would like to work with others who give back to and support their community. Those who not only make a profit but make an impact.” – Niesha Kennedy- Robinson, Principal Publicist, Kennedy Robinson Public Relations
Kennedy Robinson Public Relations shines a light on the growth and success to communicate with the public and get your story out. We are dedicated to providing hands-on PR services delivered with transparency, integrity, and sincerity.
Niesha Kennedy-Robinson originally provided pro-bono public relations services to artists and non-profits because of her love for the community and love of the arts. She wanted to make the public aware of the talent, businesses, and resources that lie within her city. Several years later, Kennedy Robinson Public Relations was born to help grow the community that it serves. Turning a hobby into the business was a giant step in not only giving back but also being able to expand the business to offer more services to our clients.
Niesha has worked as Director of Public Relations for Sharp With Art Group, PR Manager for West Park Cultural Center and Publicist for Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation/Rush Arts Philly. Clients include: Danny Simmons, Taneshia Nash Laird, Sharp with Art Group, West Park Cultural Center, Elly Mai Collection, Rell Stylez and more. She has worked on projects such as Art for Life Philly, West Park Arts Fest, Sistahs in Business Expo, Def Poetry Reunion, Def Comedy Jam Covid-19 Healing Through Laughter Virtual Event and others. She is also a contributor for Philly Entrepreneurs, Handmade Philly, Mandis Mag, Parkside Journal and others. She is passionate about community service and volunteers often. She is a Founding Member and Vice President of the Wolfpack Community Association. In addition to she also has volunteered for West Park Cultural Center, Alex’s Lemonade Foundation, Philadelphia Community Corps among others. Niesha is currently a member of For(bes) The Culture, Philadelphia Association Black Journalists (PABJ), PABJ’s Public Relations Council (official committee member) and The Collective Noire. She currently resides in Philadelphia with her husband and two daughters.
We’ll make sure they’ll never stop talking about you because we will help you stand out for all the right reasons.