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Robert K. Berry, APR, Fellow PRSA, Senior Counselor
In 1996, the Morris County Chamber of Commerce honored Bob as "Small Business Person of the Year;" in 1995 he was named "Public Relations Person of the Year" by the New Jersey chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA); and in September 1990, he was elected to the society’s College of Fellows. He was nominated for the society's Golden Anvil Award in 1991.
A nationally recognized leader in his firm’s special practice area of organizational communication, he has been a featured speaker at meetings and conventions of the Society of Human Resources Management , The National Association of Association Executives, The National Quick Printers Association, The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association, and a number of professional seminars. He is a published poet and journalist and has been an adjunct professor at several Universities.
Bob's Board of Director's experience includes: The New Jersey Human Resources Planning Group; the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America; First Night Morris; the Arts Council of The Morris Area; Chatham Chamber of Commerce; National Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program; Rutgers University School of Communication; Information and Library Studies Board of Advisory Associates; South African Leadership Development Program and was President of the New Jersey Drama Critics Association.
Among his awards are the Chatham Chamber of Commerce "Distinguished Service" award, the PRSA "President's Citation" for meritorious service, and awards of appreciation and/or recognition from PRSA, The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program, Rotary International, Kiwanis, and the New Jersey Society of Association Executives.
Bob earned a B. S. degree at Penn State and has continuing education certificates from New York University, The New York School of Visual Arts, and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business. He also served in the U.S. Army Airborne from 1964 - 1967
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