Journalism alumna enters Philly PR Association Hall of Fame

Danielle Cohn, JOUR ’95, vice president of marketing and communications for the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, will be inducted into the Philadelphia Public Relations Association’s Hall of Fame May 8 at a ceremony at Top of the Tower.

A portrait of Danielle Cohn, JOUR '95.

Danielle Cohn, JOUR ’95.

For nearly a decade, Cohn has been responsible for positioning the City of Brotherly Love and the Pennsylvania Convention Center as a destination for conventions, meetings and tourists.

In 2012, she led the bureau’s strategic and global messaging project, which markets Philadelphia, or PHL, as a modern renaissance city.

“Philadelphia is one of the best brands in the world to promote, and I’m lucky to be a part of a very talented and passionate team of people who love this city and work every day to tell its stories around the globe,” she said. “I hope that through our work, visitors and citizens alike have come to know our city a whole lot better because of our commitment. My love for communications and the City of Philadelphia were certainly fostered during my time at Temple University.”

The hall of fame ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m.

 

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