Natasha created NKPR in 2002 to combine her two passions: sharing stories of substance and championing important causes.
Recognized as one of Canada's most powerful and innovative women in public relations, Natasha has been honoured with awards from the Women's Executive Network (WXN), Notable magazine, BizBash and others.
A sought after speaker and commentator on public relations, marketing, popular culture and fashion, Natasha writes a regular column for Huffington Post and is a frequent contributor to Entertainment Tonight Canada and Newstalk 1010 radio.
Believing strongly in giving back, Natasha is the Chair of the Board for Artists for Peace and Justice Canada and on the advisory board in the USA. She also supports various other charities working to improve the lives of others.
Natasha divides her time between Toronto and New York City.
We're always looking for talented people who share our passion for great work. As part of the NKPR team you will work alongside the brightest in the field. With the support of a strong team, NKPR is a great place to keep learning, stay ahead of the curve and advance your career.
We offer ongoing training, employee appreciation events, comprehensive dental and health coverage, endless snacks and DJ Fridays. Everyone is encouraged to support each other and to give back through the NKPR 26 Acts of Kindness program.
What do we expect from you? An entrepreneurial spirit and willingness to work hard in a fast-paced environment. Think you have what it takes? Send us a cover letter with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of our summer placements have now been filled. We are now accepting applications for internships starting September 2016. In order to be considered for an internship at NKPR, you must be enrolled in a qualifying academic program. To apply, send us your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
The NKPR scholarship was developed as part of the NKPR 26 Acts of Kindness initiative to support undergraduate students of public relations, marketing and/or communications programs. Awarded to two undergraduate students per year and by application only, the NKPR Scholarship emphasizes innovation and evolution of the field.
All applicants must complete the application form and, in their medium of choice, answer the following question, “Where do you see the evolution of print and online media in 5 years”. If submitting in essay format, keep to 1000 words or less. Candidates will be selected based on creativity and strategic thinking.
Submit applications to firstname.lastname@example.org (attachments must be less than 5MB total)
Applications deadline: August 1, 2016
Recipients to be announced September/October 2016