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Public relations executive

Barry Evan Kipnis, American public relations executive. Nominated for Design award, Public Relations Society of America, Long Island, 1976; recognized for Best Play, Theatre Department New Paltz State College, 1972.


Kipnis, Barry Evan was born on December 26, 1949 in Brooklyn. Son of Charles and Rachel (Kobilanski) Kipnis.


Bachelor /Liberal Arts, English, New Paltz State College, 1972.


Editor Photographic Trade News, Hempstead, New York, 1972-1973. Writer-editor The Long Island Entertainer, Rockville Centre, 1973-1974. Managing editor Esselte Digitype, New York City, 1974-1976.

Public relations director National Center on Handicapped, Albertson, New York, 1976-1978, Cardozo School of Law, New York City, 1978-1983. President Kipnis Communications, East Brunswick, New Jersey, since 1983. Special correspondent Asbury Park Press, Neptune, since 1986.

Consultant Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey, 1978, Commerce Magazine, East Brunswick, 1988, New Jersey Commission for the Blind, Newark, 1987, New Jersey Department of Human Services, Trenton, 1987, Governor Thomas Kean, Trenton, 1987, New Jersey Network television, Trenton, since 1988.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor editor: Commerce Today Magazine 1989, editor, 1988. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member State Task Force on Illiteracy, New Brunswick, 1988. Consultant Long Island Jewish Hospital for Stroke Victims, New Hyde Park, New York, 1977-1978. Director national public relations campaign White House Commission on the Handicapped, Washington, 1976.

Member National Association Desktop Publications, National Writers Union, Middlesex County Chamber of C., Hunterdon Chamber of Commerce, Sigma Tau Gamma (treasurer 1971-1972).


  • Other Interests

    Writing, tennis, chess, record collecting, computers.


Married Marjorie Lee Zeff, November 8, 1986.

Charles Kipnis

Rachel (Kobilanski) Kipnis

Marjorie Lee Zeff