Nina Zucker: Main Photo

Nina g. Zucker / President

One of the most sought-after public relations counselors in the region -- with a noted reputation for high-visibility, multi-layered programs and events, and specialty expertise in the areas of arts/entertainment, book publicity, hospitality and tourism, brand-building collaborative promotion and destination marketing – what sets Nina Zucker apart is her broad-based knowledge and experience, her extensive contact base and strategically creative thinking that draws both clients and colleagues to seek her advice on a daily basis.

Since establishing her firm in 1987, in addition to working with celebrities from Sir Elton John to artist Peter Max, actors Lauren Bacall and Blythe Danner, the late broadcast legend Ed Bradley and others, Ms. Zucker has handled projects for the late Broadway composer Cy Coleman, served as consultant on two presidential campaigns, coordinated the 15th Anniversary Celebration for the Public Interest Law Center honoring Supreme Court Justice William Brennan and including the first-ever Philadelphia Symposium on Civil Liberties featuring renowned NBC News broadcast journalist Andrea Mitchell, worked with the Senate Press Gallery for the 2000 Republican National Convention and coordinated a campaign event for Gore/Lieberman at Little Souls, Inc., a doll factory in Philadelphia.

Past experience includes management positions with WHYY, Inc., United Way of Southeastern PA, Pennsylvania Ballet and Please Touch Museum for Children.

A graduate of Moore College of Art, Ms. Zucker was the first PR professional since 1954 to have been elected to two consecutive terms as President of the Board of Governors of the Philadelphia Public Relations Association (1995-97). A member of the founding committees of Lights for the Cure, a community-wide outreach effort in support of Race for the Cure spearheaded by CBS3, and Points for Peace, a non-profit initiative to raise funds for victims of Israeli terror attacks through sports, and a board member of the Institute for Arts in Education and the Philadelphia Cultural Fund, Ms. Zucker has served on the Boards of the Terri Lynne Lokoff Child Care Foundation and the Gershman JCC, and provides or has provided pro-bono consulting services to such organizations as American Jewish Committee, Arts & Business Council of Philadelphia, Breast Health Institute, Chabad of the Main Line, Creative Access, Susan G. Komen Foundation, Jewish Community Centers of Philadelphia, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Mann Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia Dance Alliance, Philadelphia 2000/The Republican National Convention, Philadelphia Futures and Philadelphia READS, just to name a few. In addition, Ms. Zucker served for two years as a volunteer interviewer for Steven Spielberg’s Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation.