Meghan Rothschild has over 13 years experience in Marketing and Public Relations. She is skilled in the craft of public speaking, branding, crisis communication, and media relations. She is a captivating and knowledgeable speaker and can hold the attention of the audience through her entertaining and anecdotal real-life stories. She is the President and owner of the marketing and public relations firm Chikmedia, a company that puts an emphasis on female-¬‐run organizations and women business owners, and offers strategic marketing planning, and creative PR. For the past 13 years, Rothschild has worked closely with IMPACT Melanoma, formerly the Melanoma Foundation of New England, as a board member and now serves as an official spokesperson for the organization. She has been featured in numerous media outlets such as Marie Clare Magazine, Fitness Magazine, Teen Vogue, WebMD, ABC World News, The Huffington Post, Associated Press, Inside Edition, NBC Nightly News and CNN, to name a few. On a personal level, she can also speak to cancer survivorship and living with endometriosis. Her speaking style is energetic, entertaining and educational all wrapped in one.
Meghan’s Social Media Management workshop covers all the basics you need for launching a comprehensive marketing campaign. During this program, you’ll learn the major ins and outs of the social media platforms that are currently being used for business marketing today. We cover the trends, the demographics and successful tips on how to brand your business effectively. This course also includes “working time” where you can begin building out a plan for us to review and provide feedback on the spot.
What is personal branding? Who needs it? It’s a vital component to the success of you and your company. This workshop covers the must-haves for a professional online presence. We teach you what types of content works best, and where you should be posting it in order to engage more followers and land your dream job. You’ll leave with a list of actionable next steps to building out your successful brand!
Public Relations is an important addition to any branding plan. But it’s not easy. This workshop gives you the basic starter tips for developing a meaningful and eye-catching awareness campaign. We teach you how to approach the media, how to keep the public engaged and how to get your story heard. Plus, learn about how strategic partnerships can help boost awareness of your brand.
It’s not a matter of “if,” it’s a matter of when. Crisis Communication is often a very overlooked necessity, particularly among small to medium businesses. Is your company prepared to manage a brand crisis? This workshop discusses not only why it’s important, but how to develop a plan that will protect your brand. You’ll leave with an understanding of what steps you need to take to develop your own successful steps to making sure your company’s reputation stays in tact.
Meghan Rothschild has been speaking on the topic of melanoma for over 14 years. A stage 2 survivor, she has shared her story with dozens of media outlets including Marie Clare Magazine, Fitness Magazine, Teen Vogue, WebMD, ABC World News, The Huffington Post, Associated Press, Inside Edition, and CNN, to name a few. She was featured in one of 2011’s most shared YouTube videos called Dear 16 Year Old Me, and has been a spokesperson for IMPACT Melanoma for 13 years. Her work in skin cancer awareness landed her an award from Cosmopolitan Magazine along side Kristen Bell and David Wright. Meghan travels the country and shares her story to put an end to melanoma.
“Meghan’s ability to engage a large audience is remarkable. Her presentations appeal to everyone in the room regardless of the demographics or diversity of the participants.”
“Meghan is an engaging speaker, and passionate about sharing her experience with melanoma. She is knowledgeable, impactful, and approachable and encourages her audience to ask questions. She has the ability to captivate the attention of both teenagers and adults. I highly recommend her for student or corporate audiences.”
“Meghan spoke to a Springfield College business class about marketing through social media. The information she shared was relevant, and her remarks were enriched with real-world anecdotes and stories. The students were engaged and left the class eager to learn more about social media marketing.”