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Let’s face it… for early stage start-ups and flourishing businesses alike, public recognition is key to success. People need to know you exist, and great press can put you on the radar of investors, clients, and customers alike. Join Athena League for our August VOX as we delve into the topic of PR! We’ll tackle questions like: what is considered news?, how to get your business noticed, tips and tricks for pitching “must-cover” stories to news outlets, how to handle bad press, and more!
Stacie Prosser is the Market President and Publisher of the Kansas City Business Journal; the leading source of local business news and information in Kansas City for more than 30 years and originator of such programs as NextGen Leaders, Women Who Mean Business and Mentoring Monday. Ms. Prosser has been with the KCBJ since 1996 and has experience working with a variety of businesses in her roles as a top performing sales person and as the Director of Advertising Sales. She was named Market President and Publisher in December of 2014. She is graduate of Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas as well as the prestigious Centurions Leadership program. In addition to doing committee work for various civic and charitable organizations, Ms. Prosser serves on the board of JDRF of Kansas City, (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation),the Hands and Hearts Auxiliary Board for Children’s Mercy Hospital, and the Board of Directors for the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. She and her husband are the proud parents of two sons and one daughter and reside in Shawnee.
As Vice President for Digital & Multimedia Content at Kansas City Public Television, Carla McCabe heads a team developing digital-first content and storytelling through a collaboration with digital storytellers, journalists, and filmmakers. A member of the senior leadership team at KCPT, McCabe has overseen a wide-range of station initiatives, including the development of multiple websites and digital-first video productions in her previous role as Operations Director.
With ten years experience in production and operations, McCabe began in the corporate affairs team at the BBC, acting as liaison with its independent production companies as a Production Planner. As Head of Production for Tern Television in Belfast, N. Ireland, and Glasgow, Scotland, McCabe oversaw the management of dozens of productions for BBC, RTE, and National Geographic.