Eisen President to Address Alma Mater PRSSA


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The Eisen Agency




Former Golden Flash, Cincinnati PR Agency Owner to Speak to Kent State’s PRSSA

Eisen Boss to Share Tips With PR Students on How to Get a Job in Today’s Economy


Cincinnati, OH—September 25, 2012—Getting a job in today’s tough economy, especially in the PR industry, is a huge challenge facing graduating students. One Cincinnati PR firm owner and Kent State alum, Rodger Roeser of Greater Cincinnati’s The Eisen Agency, built his agency from the ground up turning it into Cincinnati’s largest and highest nationally ranked PR Firm.


The Eisen Agency has won numerous industry awards for excellence and recognition such as being a finalist in Best Places to Work in 2010 and twice being a Cincinnati Business Courier Fast 55 Firm. The former Golden Flash will share tips and advice on how to use your Kent State education to help kickstart a career in public relations and how to excel once you have it with Kent State students and PRSSA members on Wednesday, October 3rd at 7:30p.m. at Kent State.


The event provides students a great opportunity to network with and hear the president of a prominent national public relations firm speak about his experiences and offer advice. Roeser added that speaking at local PRSSA chapters allows him to find talent for internships and entry level positions within his firm.


“Having graduated from Kent State, I am afforded the unique opportunity of speaking to students who received a similar educational experience as myself, and I plan to share how to use that education to succeed and how to propel yourself forward in your career,” Roeser said. “I am honored and excited to return ‘home’ and to share what I have learned with the future generation of PR professionals.”


Roeser graduated from Kent State in 1992 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. He is the owner and founder of The Eisen Agency and served as Cincinnati PRSA president in 2005. He was named the chapter’s PR Professional of the Year in 2010.


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