Cheryl Kravitz, President of CRK Communications, is respected nationally for her expertise in community relations, motivational speaking, crisis communications, media relations, media training, feature writing, diversity training, fund development and issues management.
Cheryl Kravitz Career Highlights:
Ms. Kravitz has received over 40 local and national awards for her accomplishments in community relations and communications. In Chicago she was honored by Women In Communications for her investigative reporting. In Oklahoma she received the prestigious Bronze Quill Award from The International Association of Business Communicators for her column in The Tulsa Tribune and the Silver Link Award for her collaboration with media from the Public Relations Society of America. She received Leadership Washington’s Community Business Partnership award with The Washington Post.
She has considerable experience designing and delivering prejudice reduction programs for media, individuals, schools, police departments, businesses, labor unions, and associations. She has developed a number of highly acclaimed innovative programs, including Media and Community Days of Dialogue and Cinema and Conversation.
Ms. Kravitz is a volunteer leader in her community. She is past co-chair of the Montgomery County Public Schools Special Education Continuous Improvement Team, a member of the Allstate Foundation/National Network to End Domestic Violence Advisory Board (link), and the Choral Arts Society of Washington Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute Committee. She was an elected member of The Board of Education in Tulsa and taught journalism there and in Chicago. She is past Co-Program Chair of Leadership Washington and on the boards of a number of community groups. She was just appointed to the Montgomery County Hate Violence Committee (link) and serves as its Co-Chair of Community Outreach.
A survivor of domestic violence, Ms. Kravitz speaks and writes about her experience to help women impacted by abuse, and empowers friends and family to give nonjudgmental support.
with Bishop Gene Robinson and participants