Marjorie Weisskohl established All Seasons PR to serve clients in the outdoors, environmental, and health sectors. One moment outdoors can fill our hearts with joy, wonder, and the energy to take on life’s challenges. The COVID19 pandemic reminds us of the importance of enjoying the outdoors for physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Below is a selection of her projects related to enjoying and protecting the outdoors. Contact her to enhance your outdoors experience!
ENJOY AND PROTECT THE OUTDOORS
From childhood hikes in the ancient Appalachian Mountains to carving out time for a lunchtime walk while serving at the U.S. Department of State, or venturing outside in February to the scenic Potomac River on Groundhog’s Day, Marjorie has oriented her life around the enjoyment of the outdoors. During the COVID19 pandemic, she makes time to escape to local Mason Neck and Frying Pan parks, and the Hudson River Valley.
HEALTH AND COMMUNICATIONS: COVID19:
During the COVID19 pandemic, Marjorie joined forces with StratIQ Consulting to help small businesses and non-profits manage their communications and business strategies. The Public Relations Society of America also published her article on the same topic.
Marjorie's diverse experience at State, Commerce, EPA, and Interior involved engaging the private sector, scientists and engineers, non-governmental organizations, academia and students, diplomats and foreign audiences, and the news media on a wide range of issues. These ranged from environmental protection to energy independence and technology innovation, to promoting democracy, trade and human rights.
GO FUND ME HELPS CHILD BUILD NEW HOME AFTER HURRICANES SLAM HONDURAS. All Seasons PR raised awareness of the fundraising effort for ISWAHouse in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. As a result, generous donors helped the ISWA Scholarship Programme rebuild a new, more durable home for Jose Abraham and his family. Read the full story @ https://swana.org/news/blog/swana-post/swana-blog/2021/01/05/help-this-child-build-a-new-home-after-hurricanes-slam-honduras. Photo: Timothy Bouldry