Lou Antosh, President, won national recognition as a journalist at three Philadelphia newspapers before turning to publishing and public relations efforts for major U.S. corporations. He directed public and community relations at a large Philadelphia medical center and then co-founded Health Ink Communications, where he created dozens of periodicals, annual reports and Internet sites. His clients included national hospital organizations, health insurance companies such as New York Life and large Blue Cross organizations. He sold his interest in Health Ink in 1998 and formed LA Communications. He is a board member and immediate past president of the NephCure Foundation, a national non-profit organization combating kidney disease.

Carol Ann Kell, Media Training Director, has spent the last fourteen years as a Washington, DC-based media trainer. Her firm has coached leaders in business, industry, politics, associations, not-for-profit organizations and the entertainment industry. She has a specialty in health care issues. Ms. Kell has spent a dozen years in broadcasting as a reporter, TV and radio anchor and talk show host. She has been a correspondent for the ABC News Network in New York, Turner Broadcasting's Cable News Network, WTBS-TV in Atlanta and CNN-TV anchor in Philadelphia.

Mike Sicilia, Chief Technology Officer, previously served in key engineering roles at Primavera Systems, Inc. in Bala Cynwyd, PA. At Primavera, he was awarded various progressive responsibilities, including his most recent position as Lead Software Engineer. He has traveled internationally, assisting Fortune 500 companies and government agencies alike in implementing software solutions to increase productivity. A specialist in enterprise system architecture and application integration, Sicilia also is senior technology consultant to the board of directors of the National Institute of Emergency Care Inc.

Laura Dlug, Graphic Designer, has designed editorial and advertising content for various national health publishers and her tourism industry designs, which appear in national magazines, are much in demand. A specialist in the creative use of typography, she created the anniversary logo for Rosemont College and a humorous line of greeting card designs.

Margaret Hickey, Graphic Designer, has brought her fresh design insights to various high-circulation magazines and newsletters for national health insurers and medical centers throughout the United States. She has created logos for corporations in the tourism and transportation industry, produced publication design for a large trade union and developed both the logo and components for the FedBuzz.com web site.

 

 

Bruce Boyle, Editorial Director, is a former award-winning journalist who has deep experience in investor and public relations on both the agency and corporate side. His strength: crafting powerful communications tools for companies seeking to influence consumers, regulatory agencies and Wall Street. His work provides companies speaking to disparate audiences with one consistent, positive voice. Working with a prestigious specialty communications firm, he trained Fortune 500 company executives and managed crisis media programs through potentially devastating media events, including corporations targeted by television news magazines.

 

 

Tom Nugent, Editor, is a former national correspondent for People Magazine (Washington Bureau, 1988-96). He has been a feature writer on the staffs of the Baltimore Sun and Detroit Free Press and covered the Oklahoma City bombing story as a free-lancer for the New York Times. The author of "Death At Buffalo Creek" (W.W. Norton), he has won numerous awards and for 14 years taught writing and news reporting at the University of Maryland. He was selected as a Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan for the 1975-76 academic year.

 

 

They have worked all kinds of crowds, advising movers and shakers in ornate board rooms and pressing the flesh at giant trade shows. They've supervised grand TV spots off the coast of France. And they've done the real work -- hunched over the computer keyboard to create crisp copy or compelling graphic design, brainstorming with clients to create marketing campaigns or key software contracts.

Talented and experienced, these also are good people who deal from the top and take pride in what they do. We hope you soon make their acquaintance.

Contact:

LA Communications, Inc.
Phone: 609.923.6888
Email: lou@lacomm.net

 

 

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