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public relations and publishing executive

Audrey Rosenthal Reichblum, American public relations and publishing executive. Recipient Gold Cindy award Information Film Producers American, 1982, award of excellence International Association Business Communicators, Pittsburgh, 1986, Matrix award for Three Rivers Arts Festival, Lifetime Achievement award National Association of Women Business Owners-Young Women’s Christian Association, Y-Tribute to Women in Communications award, 1998.


Reichblum, Audrey Rosenthal was born on June 28, 1935 in Pittsburgh. Daughter of Emanuel Nathan and Willa (Handmacher) Rosenthal.


Student, Bennington College, 1953. Bachelor of Science, Carnegie Mellon University, 1956.


Founder, creator, chairman Pittsburgh Children's Museum, 1970-1973. Magazine writer Pittsburgh Magazine, 1978. Director public relations Pittsburgh Public Theater, 1978-1979.

President arPR audrey reichblum PUB. RELS. incorporated, Pittsburgh, since 1980, arpr, incorporated, since 1996. Public "Knowledge in a Nutshell" Series, 1996—1999, "The Edible Game A Smart Cookie", since 1996, "Sweet Smarts The Candy With A Brain", 2004. Public relations consultant, board member Pittsburgh Planned Parenthood, 1980-1984, United Jewish Federation, Business and Professional Women, Pittsburgh, 1980-1985, Pittsburgh City Theater, 1985-1994, Pennsylvania Council on Aging, 1996-1999.

Chairman Villa de Marillac Nursing, 1999, Vincencian Collaborative Services Board. Syndicator The Doctor Knowledge Show.


Member Public Relations Society of America (accredited. Award of merit 1983, G. Victor Barkman award for excellence 1984, 1st place award Race For The Cure), Women in Communications (Matrix-sales promotion award 1987), National Association Women Business Owners (Life Time Achievement award 1995).


Married M. Charles Reichblum, January 25, 1956. Children: Robert Nathan, William Mark.

Emanuel Nathan Rosenthal

Willa (Handmacher) Rosenthal

M. Charles Reichblum

Robert Nathan Reichblum

William Mark Reichblum