CASACOM Vice President Isabelle Thellen earns APR designation

CASACOM founding president Marie-Josée Gagnon, APR, is proud to announce that company vice president Isabelle Thellen has successfully met the requirements for accreditation by the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS), thereby earning the designation accredited, public relations (APR).

“I’m very proud of Isabelle. She has excelled once again. Isabelle puts her extensive communications skills to work for our clients every day, and now those skills are recognized by her peers. The CASACOM team is delighted to have such a talented member,” said Marie-Josée Gagnon.

Isabelle Thellen, who boasts solid business communication and government relations expertise in addition to two Master’s degrees (in literature and public administration), is known by clients and partners for her sense of strategy as well as her thoroughness, discretion, and impeccable judgment. Her many years of work in the cultural arena have taught her to favor a creative approach to problem solving.

To become accredited in public relations, candidates must have at least five years’ experience in the field, take part in rigorous training, and pass a series of written and oral tests over a one-year period, as well as present a portfolio of past public relations achievements.

About CASACOM

Founded in Montreal in 2001, CASACOM is a boutique agency known for its highly creative, results-oriented team, determined to build enduring and profitable relationships with its clients. Specializing in corporate communications, public affairs, and marketing communications, CASACOM offers strategic planning, branding, crisis management, media relations, internal communications, and event planning services. Moreover, CASACOM has 100 partner firms all over the world thanks to its membership in the Worldcom Group the largest network of independent Public Relations agencies in the world, founded in 1988.

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