Rising Above the Economy Through Education

Rising Above the Economy Through Education

Phoenix, AZ – June 1, 2012 – (RealEstateRama) — Learning is the outcome of education. Public schools nationwide face several challenges in the current economy. Despite such challenges, the expectations of learning have not lessened; indeed, they are heightened by a global demand for literacy in not only the 3r’s but also the absolute necessity for enhanced competencies in math, science and technology.

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Maureen Herron is Executive Director of MH-Global Communications Network, a full-service marketing, communications and public relations business specializing in the environment/sustainability initiatives, tourism, the arts, health/wellness, education and business at the local, state, national and international levels.  A seasoned educator, marketing and communications professional, Herron is a long-time resident of the State of Arizona. Boutique representation for clientele representative of the hospitality industry currently includes international property management and marketing, food and beverage and editorial venues Clients include: Investors Hospitality Management,James Ratliff Gallery, The Creative Spark, Cartus Worldwide, International Institute of Modern Butlers, Lanning Gallery, Turquoise Tortoise Gallery, Association of Travel Marketing Executives, Foothills Food Bank.  She assisted Eleven Wireless with the launching of its newest product, ElevenBC, at the International Hotel Motel & Restaurant Show in New York City.

Herron serves as Editor of the IHM’s Journal of Stewardship with Sustainability™ and member of Hospitality Performance’s Portfolio of Partners as well as inaugural member of IHM’s Global Alliance of Stewardship with Sustainability.

Contact:

Maureen Herron
Executive Director
Phone: 623-580-9590

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