BoardroomPR, one of South Florida’s largest public relations firms, announced today that Senior Vice President Caren Berg has broadened responsibilities at the agency. Berg’s augmented title now includes Director of Talent Acquisition.
“BoardroomPR has grown and evolved over the years and we now need an individual dedicated to finding the right people for both digital and traditional PR positions,” said Julie Talenfeld, president and founder. “Caren is a dedicated and highly valued senior executive at our agency and we are excited she will oversee our hiring program. With 17 years at the firm, Caren knows our corporate culture and the direction we are heading, and has a keen eye to determine whom we can bring on board to help us reach our new goals.”
BoardroomPR recently celebrated 25 years in business. Talenfeld and her husband, Howard Talenfeld, a widely respected child advocate attorney, made a $25,000 donation to South Florida Holocaust Museum in honor of this milestone anniversary.
Berg has been with BoardroomPR since 2000. In addition to handling and supervising numerous accounts and mentoring young publicists, she also heads up the firm’s coveted internship program. She brought New York City experience to the job, having worked in Manhattan for 10 years before moving to South Florida. Prior to joining BoardroomPR, Berg worked at Bruce Rubin Associates (now rbbpr). She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania where she was a Benjamin Franklin Scholar.
BoardroomPR is a South Florida-based public relations firm specializing in both traditional and social media relations, event planning, crisis PR, reputation management, media training, web development as well as marketing and branding for consumer products, public companies, business-to-business entities, professionals and organizations. With billings topping $2.5 million in 2016, the company is among the largest PR agencies in South Florida. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.boardroompr.com.