Florence M. Howard is president and founder of SSCOMM, Inc. The company’s services include public relations, event planning, training, and research. An experienced writer, public speaker, trainer, and public relations specialist, Ms. Howard also served as an adjunct professor in the Journalism Department at the University of Memphis and in the Humanities Department of LeMoyne-Owen College. Also, executive director of the Jackson Madison County African American Chamber of Commerce since 2009, she occasionally is a writer/contributor for the Tri-State Defender newspaper in Memphis. She is the author of From Sagging to Success: The Story of Emery Franklin.
She joined WREG-TV, News Channel 3, the flagship station of the New York Times Broadcasting Group. She managed the station’s Emmy award-winning, multifaceted Kids Count community affairs campaign; served as executive producer of the News Channel 3 Knowledge Bowl, coordinated the station’s Adopt-A-School program; wrote and edited the company newsletter; and was responsible for public service announcements and other community outreach activities. She has written and produced many short video presentations, including TV: An Exciting Affair about job careers at the station and as special projects for The Food Bank, Memphis City Schools, and the NAACP. She has worked on nonpartisan voter registrations across the state.
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