I have lived in various parts of the country and traveled around the world, which helps me understand TOWN’s vast and international clientele.
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) June 10, 2014
NAPW honors Amy M. Delson, Director of Public Relations at TOWN Residential, as a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year. Ms. Delson is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in real estate. As the largest, most-recognized organization of women in the country, spanning virtually every industry and profession, the National Association of Professional Women is a powerfully vibrant networking community with over 600,000 members and more than 400 Local Chapters.
As Director of Communications for TOWN Residential, a leading Manhattan luxury real estate services firm, Ms. Delson, a key member of the executive team, uses her expertise in writing, public relations and media relations for interpreting TOWN's vision and direction. Ms. Delson oversees and implements all internal and external communications on everything from the company's 500+ licensed representatives’ exclusive residential sales and leasing properties, to its new development projects, management changes and office openings. “I have lived in various parts of the country and traveled around the world, which helps me understand TOWN’s vast and international clientele,” says Ms. Delson, whose industry experience began as part of Andrew Heiberger and Wendy Maitland’s original executive team at Citi Habitats.
Ms. Delson’s diverse background also encompasses fashion editorial—including experience conducting interviews with high-profile subjects, which has given her the opportunity to connect, identify stories and move quickly in a fast-paced industry. As the founder of Amy Delson Jewelry, she has designed and personally created pieces that have been featured in multiple fashion magazines, as well as on the runway at New York Fashion Week and at several charity auctions, including Nomi Network and Save A Child's Heart, where she sits on the board. A published author under her maiden name Zornitzer, most notably in Dance Chronicle, View Magazine for Belk, The Lake Norman Times and Backstage, Amy’s work as a copywriter, journalist and editor has spanned the worlds of entertainment, retail and regional news.