Armstrong, Joy; Wilson, Wendy L.
August 2006
Essence (Time Inc.);Aug2006, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p96
The article features Patti Webster, founder and chief executive officer of W&W Public Relations Inc. and T.H.G. Advertising Agency in the U.S. The clients of her public relations firm include musicians Jermaine Dupri and Patti LaBelle. Webster decided to focus on representing African-American artists. She advises those who want to be in the public relations business to keep God first and never compromise their values.


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