Radman is a 40-year veteran of the public relations business.
She worked extensively with national and international public relations firms when she owned her own agency in Denver, Brown Radman Wolper. She subsequently sold that firm to a large New York-based PR/IR firm, KCSA Worldwide, and became that organization’s Chief Operating Officer. This began a nearly 20-year stint as a senior executive at prominent public relations agencies. This included Stanton Communications where she started and built up the Washington D.C. firm’s New York office. From there she was recruited to head Cramer-Krasselt Public Relations, a $15 million firm with over 100 staff members and the PR division of Chicago-based Cramer-Krasselt, the oldest advertising agency in the U.S. with $1billion-plus in revenues.
Since 2010, Radman has operated Radman Communications, a national consultancy providing vital outsourced senior communications strategist services to several top public relations firms, including Ketchum and MWW. In early 2014, she returned home to Denver and was named public relations director and chief communications officer for History Colorado, the Colorado State Historical Society and historic preservation agency.
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