Kristin Boyd Edwards, a content writer and strategist for CEL Marketing PR Design, was recognized as an NSPRA Front-Runner during the National School Public Relations Association’s (NSPRA) Annual Meeting and Celebration of Achievement on July 18 in Chicago.
NSPRA Front-Runners are members identified as rising stars and emerging leaders for the national professional organization. Selection criteria include: doing outstanding work for their schools, their state chapters and the field of school public relations. The prestigious distinction is awarded to only four association members from across the country each year.
“Kristin Boyd Edwards was recognized for her creativity. She has an incredible ability to write copy and video scripts of real-life stories that influence and impact the lives of students, families, staff and communities,” says Cindy Leines, CEL founder and CEO.
“While Kristin is usually behind the scenes delivering communications and campaign concepts, her team members and clients know they can depend on her for innovative solutions and creative concepts that sparkle and shine.”
Boyd Edwards, a former newspaper reporter, previously served as communications director for Reading School District, where she earned national media coverage for the school district and received more than 60 state and national communication awards.
At CEL Marketing PR Design, she assists schools and nonprofit organizations with strategic communications, brand messaging, media relations, content writing, and website and social media management.
A graduate of Reading High School and Temple University, she lives in Muhlenberg Township with her husband, Jermaine Edwards, and their sons, Jermaine II, Jayden and Jameson.