Member of Leonia Economic Development Commission.
Marion Katheryn Pinsdorf, American diversified financial services company executive, educator, writer. Trustee, Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, 1977-1981; president Leonia (New Jersey) Public Library., 1973-1976; board directors Bergen County History Preservation, 1998^. Member of Leonia Economic Development Commission.
Political reporter, editor women's department The Record, Hackensack, New Jersey, 1954—1961. Associate copy editor Good Housekeeping magazine, 1962-1964. Communications specialist Borden, Inc., 1964-1969.
Vice president Hill and Knowlton, New York City, 1970-1977. Vice president corporation relations Textron, Inc., Providence, 1977-1980. Vice president corporation communications INA Corporation, Philadelphia, 1980-1982.
Independent management consultant since 1982. Adjunct assistan professor Brazilian studies Brown University, 1979-1989. Associate professor graduate school business Fordham University, 1987-1994, senior fellow in communications, 1994-2003, professor communications emeritus, since 2004.
Lecturer in field.
- Communicating When Your Company Is Under Siege: Surviving Public Crisis
- Marion Pindsdorf's prescription to prevent a corporate disaster is: when public health and safety are involved, tell it all and tell is fast.
- All Crises Are Global: Managing to Escape Chaos
- From the Enron scandal to the Ebola virus scare, from oil spills to acts of terrorism, crises scar our age.
Author: Communicating When Your Company Is Under Siege, Surviving Public Crisis, 1987, 3d edition, 1998, German Speaking Entrepreneurs: Builders of Business in Brazil South, 1990, All Crises are Global: Managing to Escape Chaos, 2004, (book) Toxic Bosses, 2010. Member editorial advisory board Public Relations Quarterly. Author book reviews.
Contributor articles to professional journals.
1954 - 1961
1962 - 1964
1964 - 1969
1970 - 1977
1977 - 1980
1980 - 1982
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