Senior Public Relations Counselor
Over the course of her long career, Cheryl Duncan has developed and implemented publicity campaigns and projects featuring some of the biggest names in entertainment, as well as major artistic events, books, films, and social betterment groups. The veteran public relations strategist, who maintains her own firm, Cheryl Duncan & Company, Inc., specializes in arts and culture, publishing, media, crisis management, education, non-profit, and public affairs, as well as event management. Known as “eclectic” by her peers,
Cheryl has worked with diverse clients ranging from Prince, Roots: The 30th Anniversary Edition, the New York African Film Festival (Lincoln Center), the New York City Korean Parade, and former Ziegfeld Girl Doris Eaton Travis, to ACORN, Surgeons of Hope medical mission to Cambodia, and the NYC Administration for Children’s Services. Committed to helping address community concerns, Cheryl was a lead consultant for the Congressional Black Caucus’s “State of the African American Male Conference” and has done pro bono work for World Literacy Crusade, and Youth for Human Rights. Cheryl, who graduated magna cum laude from Howard University with a B.A. in Public Relations, is also a published humorist.