Consensus Wins Awards Of Excellence For Community Relations, Video and Social Media

Last night, Consensus was proud to be a part of the 53rd annual Public Relations Society of America – Los Angeles’s (PRSA-LA) PRISM Awards, which took place at the beautiful Omni Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. These distinguishing awards are the highest form of recognition given to public relations professionals in the Greater Los Angeles and we could not be happier to have been in attendance!
 
The room was filled with the brightest minds in public relations and across the communications spectrum, including a welcome speech from Philip Sokoloski, PRSA-LA President and Vice President of Integrated Communications at Film L.A. Inc., as well as our friend Ronald Wong from Imprenta Communications, who received the PR Professional of the Year Award.
 

Following up our sweep of 16 awards in 2016, including the President’s award, Consensus returned this year to add three more awards to our trophy case, gaining recognition of our successful results from the Crespi Carmelite High School Modernization Project in Encino, as well as our “Imagine Town Center” campaign with the City of Aliso Viejo.

Below is a list of the categories and our winning projects. We are currently working on more exciting projects and can’t wait to return in 2018 to showcase our new campaigns. Stay tuned for what’s next at Consensus!

 

AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE

  • Video Program – Government: City of Aliso Viejo’s “Imagine Town Center”
  • Community Relations – Associations/Nonprofits/Education: Crespi Carmelite High School Modernization Plan
  • Social Media – Association/Nonprofit/Education: Crespi Carmelite High School Modernization Plan

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To fully document my summer at Consensus Inc., it might be best to take a step backward. Since I was seven years old, I knew I wanted to be a sports journalist. It was my confident, kneejerk response to the daunting “what do you want to be?!” question we all get growing up.