The following statements were made in support of Kathy’s 2014 William W. Marsh Lifetime Achievement Award from the Portland Metro Chapter of PRSA:

 globe edited “I have had the privilege of serving with Kathy on the PRSA National Board and various national committees, and know first-hand her spirit, energy, drive and good nature.  Her service as an educator, mentor and practitioner is exceptional.Her tireless work to advance public relations education, accreditation and the College of Fellows is an example for all.”                               –Michael Cherenson, APR, Fellow PRSA, 2009 PRSA Chair and CEO

globe edited “I have known Kathy for some 15 years, both professionally and personally. …During my association with Kathy, she has always demonstrated strong personal ethics, intimate knowledge of public relations and an unequivocal commitment to open, thoughtful and honest communications.”    – Gerald F. Corbett, APR, Fellow PRSA, 2012 PRSA Chair and CEO

 globe edited “Here is an illustration of her work ethic and devotion to PRSA: when Kathy was Chair of the North Pacific District, she packer her car in her home base of Montana and took a monster road trip to personally connect with every chapter in our district, which spans eight Western states from Alaska to Utah. Now that’s dedication!”  — John Mitchell, APR, Fellow PRSA, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication.

Statements from clients in previous years:

globe edited  “I wish you and your team the very best for the remainder of the campaign and beyond…You’ve got a great team and some excellent industry folks with whom to work…Again, many thanks for a top-flight job.”   Red Cavaney, President, American Forest & Paper Association; Washington, D.C.

globe edited  “I’ve been ’round the barn enough times to know that successes like we enjoyed are the product of professionals like you. Thanks for all the super planning and careful execution that went into the visit.  It really paid off!  The coverage was great; the weather unbelievable.”   Larry Wiseman, President, American Forest Foundation; Washington, D.C.

globe edited  “…these (International Choral) festivals…would not have attracted audiences of the size they did, nor would they have had the overall impact and presence in our community, without the innovative and dedicated work of Kathy Hubbell and her staff at AdScripts…her work with local and regional news media was outstanding in its effectiveness…The thorough and creative plan for promoting these festivals extended its reach well beyond the Missoula area and resulted in information being available in the country’s major cities and…throughout the nation.”    – John Talbot, President, International Choral Festival; Missoula, Montana