Kennedy Robinson Public Relations shines a light on your growth and success by communicating with the public to get your message, your story to the right audience through print, broadcast, online and social media.
When potential customers do not know about your products and services, they won't buy from you, join you in accomplishing your mission or benefit from your services. We have the expertise to help you increase awareness, attract new customers and gain the exposure you need to succeed.
We are dedicated to providing hands-on PR services delivered with transparency, integrity, and sincerity. We work hand in hand with our clients to identify their newsworthy story angles, their true value proposition, while crafting key messaging and PR tactics. We have relationships with a wide variety of journalists and are experts at pitching the right stories to the press at the right time, ultimately resulting in positive media coverage for our clients.
Niesha Kennedy-Robinson initially provided pro-bono public relations services to artists and non-profits because of her love for the community and the arts. She wanted to make the public aware of the talent, businesses, and resources that her city had to offer. 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 is an accomplished public relations professional with over 10 years experience in Public Relations. She has the expertise to properly represent the arts and culture industry and social entrepreneurs who run small businesses. Niesha has worked with a diverse group of artists and is known and respected in the arts community and always been “in the know” and the go to person for the latest happenings and connections.
She 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, Sharp with Art Group, West Park Cultural Center, Elly Mai Collection, Rell Stylez and others. 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 passionate about community service and volunteers often. Niesha is currently a member of For(bes) The Culture, Philadelphia Association Black Journalists (PABJ), PABJ’s Public Relations Council and the Philadelphia Public Relations Association. She currently resides in Philadelphia with her husband and two daughters.
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