Specializes in: Profiles, Business, Government, Health/Wellness, Education, Religion, Marketing and Public Relations
Ed Eisen’s career in communications spans 52 years. He was an award-winning journalist at three major metropolitan newspapers including The Philadelphia Inquirer, a broadcast news reporter and public relations consultant where his clients included two popes and a world boxing champion. He taught broadcast news journalism at Temple University and crafted hundreds of profiles on the famous, the infamous and the faceless in society. Over the years he has spoken regularly to business groups on new business development and How to Grow Your Business Without Spending a Dime on Advertising. Ed has worked professionally and as a volunteer ESL teacher for over a decade, founded a jobs network for immigrants and served as a reader for the blind. His memoir, Soul for
Sale, is available online.
Last updated: 10/18/2016 ()