Meet Nhea' . . .
A Quick Q & A . . .
Q: What is your location?
A: Bel Air, MD.
Q: Who is Nhea' Reashell?
A: A P.R. savvy woman who also has years of print design experience. She's one that loves knowledge and keeps an open mind in order to be a well-rounded individual.
Q: Public Relations . . . Why?
A: It's fascinating to witness the next new wave and even the "re-invented." Helping people build networks and thrive for their great cause provides a humble feeling. Why Public Relations? In this arena, there's always an opportunity to learn, share and be wowed!
Q: What makes Nhea' Reashell's a great P.R. choice?
A: I applaud and celebrate those who demonstrate the hunger they have for their goals. If I'm working with you, it's because I feel a passion, drive and determination for you. I don't take on clients solely for the work. I'm interested in us learning from one another. I commit to being your "cheering squad." It's not 100 percent guaranteed that each and every Nhea' Reashell's P.R. campaign will soar, but the job will get done . . . which is to place you in an awesome position to build strong relationships and garner the best reputation possible!
Q: What can a Nhea' Reashell's P.R. campaign offer?
A: Arrange public appearances, Secure media coverage (Radio/TV), Establish/maintain social media presence, Write press releases, E-blasts, Event planning.
Q: Outside of Public Relations, what additional services do you offer?
A: Graphic designing for all types of projects (Logos, book covers/book interiors, posters, etc.
Q: How did you catch the "design bug?"
A: I've always liked art. However, in 1996, I became a part of my parent's book publishing company as a publishing assistant. Over time, I designed many book covers, book interiors and various marketing collateral. I was given free reign to develop the brand for numerous authors. (Of course back then, I had no idea what the term "brand" meant nor did I know just how important it was.) My love for graphic designing started and I've never lost the yearning to learn more.
Q: What's the hardest part about the creative process?
A: Settling on the final project or product. As enjoyable as this is for me, I'm very critical of my work. Therefore, I'm always looking at how a project can be better or more successful.
Q: Where do you get your daily inspiration?
A: God! He's my creator who has taught me that I have a voice and a purpose. Inspirations come from everyone and everything. I listen strongly to words, pay close attention to actions and body language. It's surprising what you can discover about yourself by following God and quietly observing those around you.
Q: How can you be contacted?
A: Via email at Concepts@NheaReashells.com or via phone at 410.330.7112! Talk to you soon ...
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