Heather Vidulich has been promoted to vice president at Slatkow & Husak Public Relations, announced Kelly Husak, managing partner of the firm.


In her new role, Ms. Vidulich will assist in managing growth and development of staff as well as pursuing new business for the firm, which was founded in 1991 and provides publicity, marketing support and comprehensive public relations services to corporate clients as well as not-for-profit organizations in the South Florida region.

“We are proud to have Heather on our team,” noted Jackie Slatkow, founding partner.  “Heather is a consummate public relations professional who produces top-notch work that results in exceptional client service.  In addition, her impressive work ethic mirrors our firm’s creative and service-driven approach which delivers unique strategies tailored to meet the needs of each client.”


As Vice President, Ms. Vidulich will assist in hiring new staff and creating strategic communications plans.

In addition, Ms. Vidulich will continue to direct media relations, marketing and publicity for many of the firm’s non-profit clients, including the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Hanley Foundation, Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts and Palm Beach Day Academy.  She will also provide consultation and support for additional clients, including Coordinated Health West Palm Beach, FoundCare, Mathison Whittles LLC, Quantum Foundation, South Florida Science Center & Aquarium, Johns Hopkins’ “A Woman’s Journey,” American Friends of The Hebrew University, Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Ball, Harvard’s Mass. Eye & Ear and EWF Foundation.

A graduate of the University of Florida’s College of Journalism, Ms. Vidulich, a resident of Boynton Beach, has worked as an Account Manager at the firm since 2013.

More information on Slatkow & Husak Public Relations is available at www.slatkowhusak.com or by calling 561.278.0850.

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