Antenna Vice President Named PR News Rising PR Star 30 & Under

Kimberly Setliff Honored For Rapid Rise To Agency Leader

Dec 09, 2015, 12:30 ET from Antenna

NEW YORK and SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Antenna, a public relations agency focused on energy, technology and life sciences innovation, today announced Antenna Vice President Kimberly Setliff was honored as a PR News Rising PR Star 30 & Under for 2015. Kimberly will accept the award today at ceremony at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

"Kimberly is a gifted communicator. She has a proven track record of catapulting countless energy technology companies into the big leagues with sound counsel, strategic media placements and impressive award wins," said Keith Zakheim, Antenna CEO. "Kim's dedication to her clients and colleagues is admired across our offices, and we're thrilled that her impressive career has been honored by this award."

Kimberly has risen from an associate account executive to a vice president leading agency operations across the country in less than a decade. Known as Antenna's resident solar expert, Kimberly counsels an array of clients up and down the solar supply chain as well as across cleantech and technology. Notably, Kimberly's secured dozens of high-profile media placements in Bloomberg, Forbes, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal and earned critical client award wins, including the World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers award (Stem in 2016; Silicor Materials in 2015) and the Bloomberg New Energy Pioneers award (Stem in 2015; Xtreme Power in 2012).

PR News' Rising PR Stars 30 & Under Awards showcases the passionate professionals and budding PR leaders under 30 who day in and day out are making communications matter in the marketplace.

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