CEO of Colette Phillips Communications, Inc.
Ms. Colette Phillips is founder and CEO of Colette Phillips Communications, Inc. Her breadth of experience spans close to three decades of counseling major corporations, C- level executives, celebrities, world leaders and mission focused non-profit institutions and policy-makers, as well as successfully managing and overseeing public relations, brand management, corporate citizenship, and inclusion/multicultural marketing campaigns for a number of distinguished clients.
Ms. Phillips has taught public relations and marketing to undergraduate and graduate students at Harvard University/Radcliffe College, Emerson College, Stonehill College, and Antioch College,
She and her firm published Kaleidoscope, Boston’s first comprehensive multicultural resource directory, and she is author of 21 Steps for Women to Win, a compact inspirational guide for women entrepreneurs and professional women.
Ms. Phillips is a civically active member of the Boston community and the recipient of numerous awards, including the “We are Boston” Community Leadership Award; The American Jewish Committee’s National Civic Achievement Award; the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce’s Pinnacle Award for Achievement in Business; and The Publicity Club of Boston’s Crystal Bell Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Field of Public Relations.
She currently serves on the board of Trustees of Eastern Bank; the Massachusetts General Hospital; the board of directors of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce; The American Jewish Committee, and the Whittier Street Health Center Foundation. Ms. Phillips holds a BS and MS from Emerson College and an honorary Doctor of Law from Mount Ida College.