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With more than 17 years of experience in developing and implementing comprehensive public affairs and marketing strategies, Hagelin has long been involved in spreading the conservative message in both Washington and around the nation. In 1983, she became the director of public relations for the Center for Judicial Studies and Benchmark magazine. In 1986, she joined the national management team at Concerned Women for America as director of communications and oversaw the development of the organization’s first national PR efforts, trained volunteers and spokespeople in PR techniques, and served as one of the organization’s primary spokespersons.
Hagelin began a consulting business in the early 1990s, where her clients included numerous non-profits, elected officials and businesses. She most recently served as Vice President of Communications for WorldNetDaily.com, a "fiercely independent" news site that specializes in the investigative reporting of government waste, fraud and abuse. Hagelin’s strategic planning and work there is credited for boosting the site’s readership by more than 400 percent in two years, to more than 2 million unique visitors monthly. She joined the company in 2000 as director of communications and was promoted to vice president after only six months because of her outstanding work product and strategies.
A poised and articulate spokesperson, Hagelin is the author of numerous articles published nationally, including a weekly column for WorldNetDaily.com. She is a veteran of hundreds of radio, television, newspaper and magazine interviews, including numerous appearances on CNN, Fox News and national network news programs.
Her experience and manner have enabled her to forge productive professional relationships with staff, media, business leaders, diverse citizen groups and government officials. She has taught public relations classes around the country and served as a media coach for various public policy organization leaders and members, businesses, and civic and government officials.
Posted on: Friday, March 31st, 2006 by Rebecca Hagelin
Paul Harvey plugs Home Invasion AGAIN. During his March 30 broadcast, Paul Harvey-- the most listened to man in the world-- urged people to buy Home Invasion and send a copy to their congressmen. Mr. Harvey also promoted Home Invasion last month, encouraging parents to purchase the book and begin a discourse about the problem of rampant pornography in America. Rebecca is traveling the nation speaking to schools, churches and civic organizations teaching parents and kids how to reclaim their homes and communities from the toxic culture. This week she was a speaker at Senator Brownback's Senate Values Action Team Meeting and at the Vision America conference about the culture wars. For more information on Rebecca's speaking schedule, or to order your own copy of Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture That's Gone Stark Raving Mad, log on to www.HomeInvasion.orgTo listen to Paul Harvey's most recent broadcast, log on to http://www.paulharvey.com/ and click on this Thursday's noon broadcast.
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