Tiffany C. Dubois-Morales is the Founder and CEO of DuBois Public Relations. She has been a member of PPRA for four years.
DuBois Public Relations has been telling the stories of clients for the last two years in a unique and inventive manner. DuBois Public Relations was started by Founder and CEO Tiffany DuBois-Morales after receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from Widener University. I am of the belief that everyone has a story to tell and that DuBois Public Relations is the firm best equipped to tell it.
PPRA: Who are your clients and what projects are you working on right now?
TDM: Primarily the Nonprofit sector, Artists, musicians, gallery owners. Currently donating 6 months of my time to Nancy’s House. They take care of the many caretakers that give of themselves to their families and friends.
PPRA: What is the favorite part of your job?
TDM: I love that I get to tell my clients stories. No matter what that story is, everyone should be able to hear it.
PPRA: What was your latest & greatest accomplishment at your job?
TDM: Working and pitching the food pantry program with Imago Dei Metropolitan community church.
PPRA: What one piece of advice would you give to your fellow PR pros?
TDM: Remember that at the end of the day you have done your very best to tell your clients story.
PPRA: What book or movie could you read or watch again and again?
TDM: Julie/Julia. I know it came out a while ago but I love to cook and this speaks to what I’m in the middle of doing.
PPRA: What’s your favorite spot in Philly?
TDM: Rittenhouse square. It’s the location of my first date with my husband. It has been where I’ve always gone to listen to music, view and discuss art and had my engagement photos done.
PPRA: If you weren’t in PR, what profession do you see yourself in and why?
TDM: Chef and sommelier. I really do love to cook and wine has been a part of my life for many years.
PPRA: Favorite Philly Food?
TDM: Steak au poivre at Parc restaurant. It’s always perfectly cooked and I’ve never had to send it back!