PR People: Darcy Bowers

By Posted in - PR People & Public Relations on January 25th, 2017

There’s no doubt about it. The world of public relations is full of creative, talented people and Clairemont is excited to highlight the skilled professionals who do amazing work in the Triangle area in a new “PR People” blog series.

We’re kicking off the series with someone who is very involved in the local PR scene – Darcy Bowers. At the beginning of the year, Darcy began her role as president of the North Carolina chapter of Public Relations Society of America (NCPRSA). We recently had the chance to catch up with her to learn more about her life in PR.

Darcy Bowers:

Job Title and Function: Sr. Communications and PR Manager for Transitions LifeCare. Jill of all trades with editing, branding, media relations, social media, website content, team management (not a PR team, but various interdisciplinary teams around our organization) responsibilities.

Most Rewarding thing about working in PR today: Variety – who can be bored?!

Craziest/most challenging thing you’ve done in PR: I was an “actress” in a mortgage video. At the time, I was single and not a homeowner. I played the role of a wife who, with her “husband,” was being sold mortgage insurance for their new home. Talk about reaching!

Advice for new PR pros: Remember the importance of ethics. Find someone to emulate, even if it’s not a PR professional. I have several role models from my early career days I think about to this day when I’m in a quandary about next steps. I’m thankful for their guidance and their willingness to shepherd me along.

Are you interested in being featured in “PR People?” Send us a message on Facebook to share your story!

Sarah Hattman, APR is president-elect for the North Carolina chapter of Public Relations Society of America and has been working in PR since she left television news. She grew up in North Carolina and was excited to move back to her home state in 2012 and then join Clairemont Communications, a Raleigh PR agency. 

 

 

 

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