Ginny Pulos, Founder and President of Ginny Pulos Communications, Inc., is an established communications professional with more than 20 years’ experience in front of a camera, at a podium or on stage. She is an expert in presentation and persuasion skills and in teambuilding in corporate environments. She helps clients communicate facts and ideas with power, passion and persuasion; manage media interviews like a pro; and develop leadership abilities that allow them to achieve excellence in custom-designed one-to-one or group settings.
She prepares CEOs, presidents and publishers, top and middle managers of Fortune 500 companies, as well as celebrities, research scientists and diplomats for business presentations, participation on White House advisory panels, press conferences, question & answer sessions, television and other “live” appearances. Her clients respect her ability to master their subject matter and help them direct communication around a specific topic. She teaches them how to gain credibility by persuasively telling their organization’s story and by understanding that being who you truly are is not only enough, it’s exceptionally powerful. Some of the organizations that utilize Ginny Pulos Communications, Inc., include Avon Products, Inc., Johnson & Johnson, The New York Times, Time Warner, Rodale Inc., BMG Worldwide, UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) and UNICEF.
Awarded Mentor Of The Year by the prestigious New York Women In Communications, Inc. 2014, elected to Who’s Who of American Women In Communication, 1993 Ed., Who’s Who In The Media, 1998 Ed., she is a frequent media spokesperson on communication issues for such publications as The Wall Street Journal and PR Week and served as guest commentator on body language in high profile cases for Court TV. Pulos a professional moderator, and emcee, brings authority and polish to important live events, web casts, video and teleconferences like a Socratic Dialogue she moderated for the Public Relations Society of America at the United Nations, which included veteran White House Correspondent, Helen Thomas, Lysiane Baudu, U.S. Bureau Chief for La Tribune, Paris, France, and Ambassador Theodor Kattouf, president & CEO, America-Mideast Educational and Training Services, Inc., Washington, D.C., and former, U.S. Ambassador to Syria, among others.
Ms. Pulos is also Adjunct Professor at NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies, where she designs and teaches courses on communicating leadership and authority, storytelling, presentation skills and accent reduction. She was 2006 Chair of the International Section of the Public Relations Society of America, served on the Board of Directors of New York Women In Communications, Inc. and was Program Chair of the esteemed Matrix Awards twice. Pulos has a B.F.A., summa cum laude, from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, OH, and was a Corbett Foundation International Opera Fellow in Hamburg, Germany.