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"As a writer, working with Marybeth was one of the best investments I have made. She is professional, experienced and is not only great at what she does, she goes the extra mile to make sure you succeed. I was a newbie to PR and Marybeth gave me the tools and confidence to feel confident about pitching myself and putting my work out there. She is organized, easy to work with, creative and smart. If you know you need PR for your business but don't know where to start, hire Marybeth. You'll be glad you did!."
Founder Sandra Began, The Widow Project
We’ve been working with Brand Elevation since April. They have been a pivotal part of our growth. I first engaged Marybeth through an association called Hey Mama, and I’m so grateful we were introduced to one another. She is so detail-oriented, she is always thinking about the bigger picture. We’ve had such amazing press. They’ve been super helpful in creating strategic ideas to grow the company.
They don’t just do pitching or press releases - They are always thinking about the big picture and the future. We go to them for ideas. They are a key piece of our team. They’ve helped us scale and I would recommend them to anyone who is looking to grow their business and generate meaningful earned media."
CEO Marissa Goldstein, Rafi Nova
“If you want to communicate masterfully, ask a master like Marybeth. With her coaching, I improved my connection with the audience, inspired them and most importantly moved them to action.”
Marybeth helped me craft my statement for a local campaign, and then worked with me on the presentations in the candidate forums. She understands the needs of the speaker and the audience, and deftly connects the two creating real engagement. Her holistic approach both sharpened the statements and the delivery.
She started by asking what I wanted to communicate to the audience and then dug deeper asking how I wanted the audience to feel. This approach expanded my focus on audience takeaways to audience engagement and connection. She encouraged me to ask the audience a question. Asking this simple question shifted the speech by truly taking each and every listener on a journey with me.
She helped with my delivery by working on breathing, intonation, note placements, and so many details-- large and small -- each of which contributed to my success in the candidate forums, taking the Q&A and ultimately, winning the election.
Marybeth is a master public speaking coach who truly helps speakers soar when they take the mic. She’s patient, creative, a strong and witty writer and fully invested in her clients’ success.
Lucille Renwick, Chief Communications Officer
Recently elected trustee for New Rochelle Public Library Board
“Marybeth helped engage and move the audience.”
Marybeth has an intuitive knack for helping speakers bring text to life. She helped me engage and move the audience. Together we broke down each section, identified the intention behind the text and aligned my delivery to transport the audience. She prioritized creating and maintaining the connection between me and the audience. Her passion for language, background as a performer, trademark wit, eternal optimism and kindness make working with her a dream.
Esra Dayani, SAG AFTRA
How do you get consumers excited about Chilean wine?
You host a Graffiti Festival at the world's first shipping container hotel.
I worked with Wines of Chile and WineBox Valparaiso to create the GRAFFESTIVAL. We invited world-renowned graffiti artists to paint winery-inspired murals on Cerro Marisposa, a hill-top neighborhood in Valparaiso.
The end result was a new art-inspired walking tour, 6-page feature in Food & Wine Magazine, a coverage in other magazines, including the back inside cover of Wine Enthusiast.
I give 10% of our profits to Womankind Worldwide, a women’s rights and international development organization making an impact through powerful partnerships. 25 years old, Womankind has helped 18 million women and their families.
Their vision is a fair world where being a woman does not limit choices, opportunities, or rights. They work to end violence against women and girls and make sure that women have an equal say in the decisions which affect their lives. They do development differently.
Their small team is based in the UK and works in partnership with women’s rights organizations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Currently, they work with 28 partners in 13 countries. Supporting women just makes sense.