Sherry Goldman is president of Goldman Communications Group, an award-winning public relations/ marketing communications agency. Goldman Communications Group offers strategic counsel and customized public relations and communications programs to companies (from Fortune 500 firms to start-up entities), brands, labor unions, and non-profit organizations.
Goldman Communications Group’s core competencies include strategic counsel/planning; program development and implementation; messaging, product and service launches; corporate communications; crisis, issues, and brand communications; events; media relations; grassroots programming; internal/employee communications; communications audits; industry visibility initiatives, and social media.
A communications professional with more than 30 years of experience in public relations, publishing and broadcast media, Sherry founded Goldman Communications Group in 1996 after having served as senior vice president of several of the largest public relations agencies, including Ruder Finn and Rowland Worldwide (a division of Saatchi & Saatchi), as well as in editorial positions at both Gralla Publications and WCBS-TV News.
Sherry has counseled clients and developed and implemented programs for a wide range of clients, including the Writers Guild of America East, Municipal Credit Union, First Brands Corporation, Del Laboratories, Workmen’s Circle, Olsten Health Services, Prestone Products, Glad Bags, Procter & Gamble, Metro Commuter Network, and the International Trademark Association. Her work has earned her two Silver Anvil Awards and an Award of Excellence from the Public Relations Society of America for outstanding communications programs, as well as two Take Pride in America Awards from the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Sherry is an active member of the Public Relations Society of America and is a past chair of its national Honors and Awards Committee and past board director of its New York chapter. She is also an Adjunct Professor in public relations at Long Island University/C.W. Post and a member of Hofstra University’s School of Communications Alumni Advisory Council.