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Maureen Herron, M.A.T., Executive Director, offering seasoned, marketing, communications, public relations, bridge connections for the profit and nonprofit sectors.  Committed to the practice of global thought leadership, welfare of children, ethical and sustainable interactive communications.  Client initiatives: international travel and tourism, destination marketing, digital literacy, health/wellness, education and business at the local, state, national and international levels. Herron is a long-time resident of the State of Arizona. Select clientele include: D.B. White (formerly with CPS), AzJAC-North Valley Regional Library, Market Key/Market Key USA, Bruce Marion Studios, Martha Lochert Photography, Hillside Sedona Consortium, James Ratliff Gallery. Member of Hospitality Performance‚Äôs Portfolio of Partners. Herron won the HSMAI Gold Key award for her Japanese marketing campaign; was guest for Arthur Frommer on The Travel Channel for programs on France and Japan; received scholarships to study at Lincoln Center Institute, the University of Notre Dame and has escorted students to study at the University of Grenoble with the American Institute of Foreign Study.  Widely published, Herron's articles can be found continuously at http://pressroom.prlog.org/maureenherron/ +  Metropolitan Opera's Opera News, and a variety of hospitality and business digital and print media.

MH-Global Communications Network is exactly that:  a system of personalized marketing services for its clientele to develop strategic presence in worldwide markets.  "No man is an island." Herron relies upon collaboration with global networks of contacts. Forging connections is the specialty of this firm which excels in bridge services between the client and the marketplace.  Herron is also a certified grant writer and has been awarded a $30,000 grant by Japan's Hoso Bunka Foundation to study people's attitudes toward crime in Japan and the United States.

Contact:

Maureen Herron
Executive Director
Phone: 602-579-0361