Cherry Hill resident named president of New Jersey School Public Relations Association

Lori Perlow was recently picked to serve a two-year term as president.

A Cherry Hill resident was recently named president of the New Jersey School Public Relations Association.

Lori Perlow of Cherry Hill was named president for the 2018–19 school year. NJSPRA named its officers during its annual meeting on May 31 in Trenton. Perlow is the communications manager at the Camden County Educational Service Commission.

“Our members play a vital role in the day-to-day operations of their respective school districts. Between the ongoing need to share the good news happening in our schools and the unexpected crises that we’re faced with, our members are always prepared to effectively communicate critical information on behalf of their districts,” Perlow said.

The New Jersey School Public Relations Association is a state chapter of the National School Public Relations Association, nationally recognized for its efforts on behalf of school public relations professionals. Members represent school districts and independent PR agencies throughout New Jersey.