This episode of your motivational Personal Innovation Podcast is brewed with Love for Fashion and the Passion to Impact Women In Public Relations.
My guest is Faith Senam Ocloo, a Fashion Public Relations Specialist and founder of e’april Public Relations, a boutique PR agency specialising in fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands.
She is also the PR Representative for Nadrey Laurent ( formerly Totally Ethnik), Accra Men’s Fashion Week, Evangel Christian Magazine and Egudzi Accessories.
She is a weekly Columnist with the Business and Financial Times Newspaper where she writes on various topics and events relating to fashion.
Faith is also the founder of Women in PR event, a platform dedicated towards mentoring the next generation of young PR and communication professionals who are confident of the skills they have acquired and well equipped to deliver when and wherever they find themselves.
She has a deep love for fashion and as Strategic communications specialist she has specialises in Public Relations in the fashion design industry. she helps her clients to remain that top fashion brand that every one will love to work with.
Faith believes that women need to be empowered to climb the top management levels on the corporate ladder, which is why she has founded the Women in PR event.
Bellow is a summary of the value nuggets that Faith delivered on this episode.
- PR professionals should not forget about their own image while they manage that of their clients/organisations.
- My ability to blend both fashion and PR gives me an edge to keep on working hard
- It is important for us all to learn to specialize in a particular field so we can be known for something unique in our market.
- Through fashion PR ,I am committed to making a positive impact on the brands I represent and manage and the world at large especially women.
- For me, personal innovation is not just vital to me as person, the more i become innovative, the more I can positively impact the organisations/clients I represent.
- My biggest career goal is to impact women practicing PR in Ghana through events, mentorship, networking and career guidance.
- Its ok when people don’t believe what you do, once you believe in yourself, start it, keep working at it because it will pay off at the long run.