Deborah Radman
Deborah Radman is a senior associate with PCA & Company. Before joining PCA, she ran Cramer-Krasselt Public Relations. C-K PR’s 75 professionals spanned four offices as part of Cramer-Krasselt, one of the largest, independent 360 marketing communications firms in the U.S. with nearly $1 billion in revenue.

Her expertise lies mainly in strategic and integrated marketing communications. For nearly 30 years, she has counseled clients primarily in the practice areas of corporate communications, crisis management, public affairs, and both business-to-business and business-to-consumer marketing. Clients she’s served many industry sectors: financial services, consumer products, professional services, travel and tourism, food and beverage, technology, information and database management, and entertainment. Well known client names include First Data Corporation, General Foods, IBM, Burlington Coat Factory, the USO, GlaxoSmithKline, Imperial Brands, R.L. Polk, Acxiom, Experian, Johns Manville, the Reading Excellance and Discovery Foundation (READ) and the Kentucky Derby..

Prior to joining CKPR, she opened and built the New York office of Stanton Communications. Before that, Deb served as Managing Partner of Corporate and Marketing Communications at KCSA Public Relations Worldwide, where she worked with Ann Subervi, founder of Utopia Communications. She has counseled clients primarily in the fields of corporate communications, crisis management, public affairs and both consumer and business-to-business marketing.

Deb became a public relations practitioner in Denver, CO where she grew up, attended college, and worked for several firms before founding Brown Radman Wolper in 1992. With her partners, she quickly grew the business, gaining many national accounts and opening local offices in New York City, Detroit and San Francisco.

She’s a recognized media and presentation trainer, author and PR industry thought leader. Most recently, Deb was named the 2010 Philip A. Dorf Award Recipient by the Public Relations Society of America for her leadership and mentoring during her career.

Deborah is a past president of the Public Relations Society of America New York Chapter; a past chairman of the Counselors Academy of the PRSA. She also is past president of the Foundation of Women Executives in Public Relations, spearheading its mission to further careers in PR. Deborah is accredited by the PRSA and is a member of the PRSA College of Fellows. She also is the recipient of three Silver Anvil awards, the highest distinction awarded in the public relations profession.