Kaliah Communications, Inc. provides strategic media relations and public relations consultation and services to companies throughout South Florida. Founded in 2000, Kaliah Communications has been proud to assist nonprofits and for-profit organizations with their communications needs.
Current and former clients include the South Florida Water Management District, the School District of Palm Beach County, Spady Cultural Heritage Museum, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens and Florida Power & Light.
MICHELLE BROWN: Owner/president; graduate of the University of Florida and Florida Atlantic University, with B.A. in Journalism and M.A. in Communications. “A military brat” born on Andrews Air Force Base and has traveled extensively. Moved to Palm Beach County in 1990 to work as a reporter for The Palm Beach Post and transitioned into corporate communications. Mother of two sons, Kalil Bohannon, 19, and Yosiah Bohannon, 18.
Company mission: Kaliah Communications has a special affinity for the arts/culture, education and social services, as these agencies directly benefit the community and the welfare of future generations, and welcomes opportunities to assist these organizations with their communications plans.
Stay tuned for: This summer, Kaliah Communications is expanding to New York.
Contact: Kaliah Communications, 7116 Colony Club Dr., Suite 304, Lake Worth; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 561-308-3382.
Best thing about my work: Having been a reporter, I understand what writers and editors are looking for, how to tell a story and how to help them get their jobs done. Reporters are people too.
Top tech tool: I can’t live or work without my iPhone and MacBook Air.
Favorite app: Facebook.
I believe in providing the client’s information in the most compelling way possible and working cooperatively with the media to tell your story.