Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Meet Symposium Panelist: Sheila Ecung

Over the next few weeks we'll be introducing you to the business women who will share "Solutions that Work" during the E-Magnify Symposium panel discussion. Full details and registration for "Building Strategies for Sustainable Growth" on March 9 are available here

Today we're pleased to introduce to you panelist Sheila Ecung, Founder and Owner, ArrowStarr Communications

Sheila Ecung founded ArrowStarr Communications on the principle of delivering effective marketing communications to help clients market, sell, train, inform, and inspire others to act. She trained in business communication, with a specialty in mediation, at the Center for Advanced Management Programs at the University of Houston at Clear Lake. She has honed her business skills during more than twenty years in education and business. While negotiating television contracts and National Football League Film usage rights, she recognized an opportunity and launched ArrowStarr. In marketing, Sheila has executed national campaigns, created strategic plans, and developed collateral materials. Her media team has produced live events, television programs, entertainment, and education and interactive web productions. Sheila is past president of the Pittsburgh Chapter of Media Communications Association―International (MCA-I) and is a member of Toastmasters International. Her team has been recognized with more than 100 awards for quality and excellence, and she has been featured in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, the Pittsburgh Courier, the Houston Chronicle, and the National Radon Reporter. Sheila’s work has been featured on ABC, ESPN, NBC, FOX, TSN of Canada, Premiere World of Germany, and at national conventions. Sheila made history in the tristate region by having the first independently produced weekly television series and by being the first woman to own a weekly sports prognostication show. Through her work with the radon industry Sheila has worked to shape political policy and held interviews with U.S. Presidents.

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