To support an upcoming program not listed below, or to suggest an idea you may have for a special sponsorship opportunity, please contact Dan Strouhal, COO of Page (

This year, Page celebrates it's 40th anniversary, and Page Up celebrates its 10th anniversary. We are offering two special opportunities to support the organizations.


  • Page Principles Cards [$10,000] - To celebrate both anniversaries, we are providing each conference attendee with a credit card-size metallic card that list the Page Principles. Sponsors help to underwrite this special edition card and will be recognized in the events at which the cards are distributed. Page is looking for a second co-sponsor to join The Grossman Group, which is already supporting this program.
  • Video Interviews [$5,000] To celebrate Page’s 40th anniversary, we are interviewing 40 members by video and sharing these 2-minute video interviews with members. We are seeking an underwriter to support the remainder of the videos this year.

Page aims to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the industry through several programs. Each program requires significant staff time and, in some cases, program expenses. Page seeks underwriters whose support helps to offset the costs of these programs.


  • Mentoring to Accelerate Progress and Success(M.A.P.S.), a mentorship program for professionals of color at all career levels, who are paired with Page and Page Up members that meet at least four times throughout the year.
  • Leaders of Tomorrow, an in-person series of 2-hour networking events that bring together members and PR professionals of color, often including a panel conversation.
  • Diverse Future, a week-long executive education retreat for communicators of color. Registration fees offset most of the cost, but not all of it.

Sponsorship options include supporting one of these programs to underwriting a program in its entirety, which can range from $5,000-$20,000.

Friends of Page solicits personal gifts from individuals. Supporters are recognized throughout the year online, at larger conferences in onsite signage and receive a special “Friend of Page” lapel pin.

Page is a 501(c)3 organization, and personal gifts to Page are tax deductible in the U.S. For more information, including a list of this year's Friends of Page, please visit this page.

1983 Circle ($20,000+ Financial Contribution)

Lynne & Roger Bolton

FGS Global
Alex Geiser

Nicole Alvino
The Grossman Group
David Grossman

Jon & Ann Iwata

Bill & Doris Nielsen
Martin Böhringer

1983 Circle ($20,000+ In-Kind)

APCO Worldwide
Margery Kraus

John Saunders &
Marjorie Benzkofer

G&S Business Communications
Luke Lambert &
Steve Halsey

The Harris Poll
Robert Jekielek
History Factory
Jason Dressel

Ethan McCarty

Brittany Paxman

Tim Roberts

Zeno Group
Barby Siegel

Platinum ($15,000 - $19,999)

Weber Shandwick
Gail Heimann

Gold ($10,000 - $14,999)

Matt Kalmans

Adfactors PR
Madan Bahal
Heidrick & Struggles
Jean Allen

Maureen Davenport
& Laura Laub
Norfolk Southern
John Hatfield &
Tom Crosson

Dave Samson

Silver ($5,000 - $9,999)

Citizen Relations
Nick Cowling

Columbia University School of
Professional Studies MS in
Strategic Communication
Jesse Scinto

Richard Edelman

Mike Fernandez

FHS Capital Partners
Bob Feldman
Bobby Amirshahi

Bronze ($1,000 - $4,999)

Hamilton dos Santos

AXIS Capital
Joe Cohen

BCW Global
Corey duBrowa

Lynn Casey

FHS Capital
Bob Feldman

City of Hope
Gulden Mesara

Ron Culp

Peter Debreceny

DrivePath Advisors
Gordon Pennoyer
Grünenthal Group
Florian Dieckmann

Gagen MacDonald
Maril MacDonald

Gary Grates

Grace Leong

Jon Onoda

The Jernstedt Company
Rich Jernstedt

Joel Frank
Ed Trissel

Mark Klein

Ray Kotcher

Thomas R. Martin
Norfolk Southern
Tom Crosson

OPR Communications
Patrick O'Reilly

Damon Jones

Steve Cody

Pitney Bowes
Sheryl Battles

Damon Jones

rbb Communications
Christine Barney

Gary Sheffer

Don Stacks

University of Florida
Marcia DiStaso

Benefactor ($1 - $999)

Nick Ashooh

Matt Kucharski
The Museum of
Public Relations
Shelley Spector
VIM Group
Marc Cloosterman