Join serial entrepreneur and PR maven Patrice Tanaka, a local gal who graduated from Castle High and UH Manoa, as she talks about her journey from Hawaii to the Big Apple. She will share lessons learned over a 35 year PR career and co-founding three agencies, including PT&Co., CRT/tanaka and PadillaCRT (now Padilla), the largest employee-owned PR agency in the U.S. with 240 employee-owners.
Patrice’s three agencies have been recognized both for doing great work and being among the best places to work in the PR industry nationwide.
Among the key lessons Patrice learned was the importance and competitive advantage of discovering and communicating your business and life purpose. This is the reason she left the PR profession in 2015 to start Joyful Planet, a consultancy focused on helping individuals and organizations discover and live their purpose to unleash greater success, fulfillment and joy in their personal lives, in their workplaces and in their communities.
This is a must-attend event for any business or PR professional, whether starting out or in the later stages of their careers.
About Patrice Tanaka:
Patrice Tanaka is a serial entrepreneur, having co-founded three award-winning, PR & marketing firms – PT&Co., CRT/tanaka and PadillaCRT (now Padilla), the largest, employee-owned PR agency in the U.S. Her agencies have been recognized as the “#1 Most Creative,” “#1 Most Esteemed” and among the “best places” to work in PR. Recently she created, Joyful Planet, a Business & Life Strategy Consultancy to help individuals and organizations discover and live their purpose to unleash their greatest success, fulfillment and joy. This is the subject of Patrice’s best-selling new book, Beat the Curve (2016), co-authored with renowned management consultant and coach, Brian Tracy. Patrice has been honored by many organizations, including PRWeek (2016 Hall of Fame inductee), PRSA Foundation (Paladin Award), Public Relations Society of America (Paul M. Lund Award for Public Service), The Holmes Report (“Creativity All-Star”), New York Women in Communications (Matrix Award), Association for Women in Communications (Headliner Award), Asian Women in Business (Entrepreneurial Leadership Award), Working Mother magazine (“Mothering that Works” Award), University of Hawaii (Distinguished Alumni), among others.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m.: Registration and breakfast
8 a.m. to 9 a.m.: Presentation
The Prince Waikiki – Makiki Room
100 Holomoana St.
Honolulu, HI 96815
PROGRAM COST: (including continental breakfast)
$45 – General Admission
$40 – PRSA Hawai‘i Chapter Members
$35 – PRSSA Students and APR Members
Complimentary valet parking
RESERVATION AND CANCELLATION POLICY:
No refunds after Tuesday, September 12 at noon
Questions? Email program co-chairs Rebecca Pang and Francis Choe at email@example.com