Communications professor, church pastor, and marketing guru Bruce H. Joffe, Ph.D., has amassed an eclectic array of journalism, scholarship, and applied management experience. He has
taught no-nonsense public relations, media, and marketing courses at The American University, George Mason University, Mary Baldwin University, Carthage College, and Kaplan College. As president and creative director of Publishing Partners, a public relations firm in the metropolitan Washington, DC, area, he helped manage the reputation of his clients for more than 20 years by creating promotional materials and metrics for large corporations and local businesses to use in their branding efforts, while positioning non-profits to raise the bar on the resources and awareness they need to make a real difference. Through research and publications, Dr. Joffe continues to explore the relationship between gender, the media, and cultural norms–including organized religion. Ordained by the International Council of Community Churches, Progressive Christian Alliance, Progressive Episcopal Church, and Unitarian Christian Church of America (with “Privilege of Call” in the United Church of Christ), Pastor Bruce is the author of many popular magazine features, academic research, professional journal articles, and newspaper byliners, He also has published six books … dealing with marketing, the media, interfaith theology, church reform, gender studies, and international living. 

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