PRIMEChat September 19th Webinar
In May of 2017, ten top corporate communicators from some of the world’s most recognizable organizations shared their experiences, guidelines and insights for the application of research in public relations. In the coming (weeks/months), PRIME Research along with conference partner The Institute for Public Relations present a series of one-on-one interviews featuring each of the ten executives.
This latest installment features Christine N. Curtin, Director, Corporate Communications at KPMG LLP. Christine will be interviewed by PRIME CEO Mark Weiner, a Trustee of the Institute for Public Relations, a member of the Arthur Page Society and the author of books, essays and features about PR research.
Christine N Curtin Director, Corporate Communications KPMG LLP
Christine Curtin has more than 18 years of diverse experience in creating and executing strategic communications programs for corporate, broadcast and public affairs and print journalism. Seasoned communications professional with diverse public relations, media relations, broadcast and internal communications experience in financial services, public affairs and consulting. Joining KPMG in November 2012, Christine is Chief of Staff for the Corporate Communications team, managing the daily operations of a 72 personunit and working in concert with the organization’s leadership to develop, drive and execute communications strategy to deliver the firm’s strategic priorities. She spends much of her time focused on implementing systems and organizational improvements to increase efficiency, collaboration, while problem-solving and leveraging resources for effective communications programs. She is also dedicated to developing and executing comprehensive and strategic corporate communications initiatives and providing high-level counsel to senior staff on communications issues. Christine has additional experience in crisis communications, event production, and brand visibility.