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About CEL’s PROutLoud Blog

CEL’s PR Out Loud is about getting useful information out to the public about public relations, media relations, branding, graphic design and everything else that has to do with our industry. It is a go to spot for information, tips and links to helpful sites for all aspects of a small business.

We have multiple people blogging based on their specialities in the industry.

Cindy LeinesCindy Leines

A forward thinker and creative leader with the ability to see the big picture and pull all the pieces together. Cindy has over 20 years in this industry and specializes in branding, strategic planning and running a business.

Kari LoganKari Logan

With over 25 years working in television and securing print, broadcast and electronic media stories for local and national companies her background shows her specialty. She is a great writer, producer, media expert and creative guru.

Stacy SlyghStacy Slygh

Over a decade of creative design and event work on a local and national level, and the ability to manage any project, is only the beginning of this fast interpreter’s strengths. She has a eye for design and a flair unlike any other.

Chelsea JankeChelsea Janke

In addition to welcoming guests at the front desk and greeting callers on the phone, Chelsea keeps the C.E.L. office and staff organized while managing clients. Her computer proficiency is a great asset to the team and to clients and her ability to multi-task is exceptional! Chelsea is resourceful and has an innate problem solving ability, so she keeps daily operations and projects running smoothly. She provides graphic design support services under the guidance of colleague Stacy Slygh and manages the Social Media Incubator™.

Carol ScheerCarol Scheer

Out of our satellite office in St. Louis, Carol has more than 20 years in the newsroom from copy writing to executive news producer in major markets across the country. Her innate ability to uncover and tell the whole story in a compelling fashion is her forte.

Published on: November 1, 2009