Recruited into the profession at 17, Taraneh Fultz, APR, is an award-winning mentor, thought leader, and change agent. She’s chaired industry boards, facilitated strategic planning for four different organizations in the last eight years, and has a track record of outcomes-based results (e.g., 42.9% business valuation increase, 578% YOY increase in participation and 122% YOY increase in quote requests). Taraneh’s been a one-woman marketing department with a budget of less than $100k to a member of a 200+ marketing department with budgets in the hundreds of millions and knows how to be creative with the resources at her disposal to achieve results.
In short, Taraneh is the person people and organizations go to when they’re stuck. (If that’s you, please reach out.)
Taraneh is Accredited in public relations by the Universal Accreditation Board, is certified in Mental Health First Aid, a graduate of the SLII® leadership training program, a certificate in project management from Portland State University, a bachelor’s degree in journalism and public relations from the University of Oregon, and a founding member of the Ambassador Board of Albertina Kerr, Oregon’s oldest non-profit.
She lives in Portland, Ore., with her husband and daughter, where they “bake along” with the Great British Baking Show and watch much too much Peppa Pig. When she’s not working or “mom-ing,” you can find her buried in the latest book on her Kindle or submerged in a river, lake or ocean.