KRISTIN COWART PIERCE: BEING BRAVE
Kristin Cowart Pierce is the founder of the Atlanta based public relations firm BRAVE, and author of the book “Mommies Work.”
IN THIS EPISODE, KRISTIN TALKS WITH LYNN ABOUT:
- Starting out in PR
- Using a lack of support to fuel determination
- The ‘Brave Values’ – Positivity, Humility, Integrity, Ownership
- The power of relationships
- Cultivating a positive perspective
QUOTATIONS FROM THIS EPISODE:
“We’re big believers in girl power.” .@bravepratl
“I think our role as women executives is to uplift and empower other women.” .@bravepratl
“Be brave in how you approach your challenges.” .@bravepratl
“Never, ever burn a bridge.” .@bravepratl
“Have grace when there are situations beyond your control.” .@bravepratl
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KRISTIN’S OFFICIAL BIO:
Founder of BRAVE Public Relations, Kristin Cowart Pierce offers experience in reputation management, crisis communications, new product launches, partnership marketing and good old fashioned media relations. She founded BRAVE Public Relations in 1999 as a boutique firm designed to give clients big agency experience with small agency attention. Before launching BRAVE PR, Kristin worked in London as a director for Edelman where she led the company’s pan-European campaigns. Previously, she worked at Golin Atlanta where she serviced clients such as Starbucks, McDonald’s, Chick-fil-A and Sara Lee Corporation – coordinating its Olympic sponsorship programs. Kristin is proud to lead an all-female team of go-getters that treat each client’s business as if it were their own.
Motivated by her children’s constant questioning around why she had to leave every morning (when other moms got to stay home) and where she spent her days, the idea behind Mommies Work was born. Part love letter to her children, part tribute to working moms everywhere, the book illustrates how women share their time and energy between career and family.
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