Parsons PR began when I took some time off to raise my sons, after a successful career as a Marketing Executive. You can learn more about some of the work I have done at

Within a few years, I had a stable of subcontractors working with and for me to meet a variety of client needs. We built a nice portfolio in both the non-profit and for profit worlds in such industries as healthcare, education, food and retail.

Today, Parsons PR includes a great team of brand strategists and researchers, designers, writers, event planners, social media mavens, photographers, web designers and other specialists, all with the ability to think outside the box as time-tested experts in the field. We love what we do and are honest with you. We can do all your marketing and PR or just come in for one project. We can be your marketing department at a fraction of the cost of full time employees. We can get your marketing going and then teach your staff how to maintain your awareness plan. Flexibility is key in today’s ever changing world. We specialize in meaningful results and we don’t just talk about it. We do the work.

Corporate clients have included Rite-Aid Pharmacies and Nationwide Insurance. Non-profit clients include American and Pennsylvania Nurses Associations. Healthcare clients include Holy Spirit Hospital & Divine Providence Hospital in Western PA and Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Marlton, NJ.  Our experience in healthcare marketing garnered national recognition from the American Cancer Society for an informative and compelling campaign for Divine’s oncology department and a 2013 Product Innovation Award for “The Care Card” a healthcare gift card created for TLC HomeCare in Moorestown, NJ.

In the Arts and Education field, clients such as The Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, Prism Saxophone Quartet, the Arts & Business Council, The Association of Fundraising Professionals and Philadelphia’s Settlement Music School have given us the opportunity to raise awareness and much needed dollars to fundraising campaigns.

Kristine S. Parsons