Strategist and Speaker
Strategist & Speaker
I’m a communications practitioner. I help clients – from Fortune 500 companies to up-and-coming startups – communicate their value with compelling, data-rich storytelling.
Using multiple channels – press, social media, word of mouth, events – I work to reach and engage target audiences.
My roots are in technology communication. I began by helping represent female founders & moved to CTIA, the U.S. wireless trade association. Today, I continue to work with many tech clients in addition to working actively in the DC startup scene and advocating for the underrepresented in the industry.
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This program arms participants with an understanding of how to effectively tell your own story and market your worth.
In 1-3 hours (workshop timing is flexible as needed), you’ll learn:
- The value of personal branding
- How to build a unique and authentic story
- The best social media and public platforms to market yourself
- How to kickstart your personal branding efforts with a dynamic bio
Delivered one-on-one or in groups, this session helps build participants’ skills when talking to media and understand how to best utilize opportunities with reporters.
In 1-2 hours (workshop timing is flexible as needed) you’ll learn:
- How the media works; how a story goes from idea to published
- The value of thorough preparation prior to engaging with reporters
- How to take control of a conversation and deliver messaging
“This session was an excellent introduction to the world of branding… Ms. Kelly was on point, focused, and very knowledgeable.”
– Personal Branding workshop attendee
How Can I Help?
Tech Company or Start-Up
Banner Public Affairs helps firms thrive in DC and beyond with smart strategies, a vast network of well-connected experts, and multi-channel communications. Banner offers government relations, communications & public relations, and social media & digital strategy.
We recently launched our startup-focused offerings here.
Get in touch with me directly: KMiller@BannerPublicAffairs.com
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