Kudos: High Five

CARMEN CARICCHIO

Occupation: President, CoActive Public Relations

Home: San Francisco

Achievement: This president of a boutique agency representing life science and medical industries clients decided to go up against major public relations firms in contests held by the Public Relations Society of America. Caricchio and her team won took home awards for excellence in overall public relations and one for excellence in media relations.

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