FEATURE: Robin Beauman

Robin Beaman


Robin E. Beaman, president of Beaman Incorporated, has 25 years of entertainment and corporate public relations experience. She began her amazing career in 1981 when she became director of public relations at The Capital Children’s Museum in Washington D.C.  In 1984, she accepted a position at Black Entertainment Television (BET) and created the company’s first public relations division as its public relations manager; shortly thereafter, she was promoted to director of consumer marketing and public relations.

Beaman’s stellar work and steady accomplishments led her to Harpo Productions, Inc. in 1992, where she became a publicist/manager of public relations. She developed and implemented national and international public relations strategies for the No. 1-rated talk show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, for five seasons.

Beaman’s 12-year-old agency is founded on doing innovative work that gives its clients maximum publicity, increased sales, heightened brand awareness and reinforced stakeholder loyalty.

A member of the Economic Club of Chicago, Robin also serves on several boards, including the Diversity Advisory Board at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; the Youth Advisory Board at the Apostolic Church of God; the advisory board of nonprofit organization DeLaro Inc.; and the National Executive Diversity Board for the Public Relations Society of America.

Beaman  earned her bachelor of arts degree from Howard University and her master of science degree from the Kogod School of Business at American University.

Beaman Incorporated creates a unique experience via a senior-level account team that is adept at solving problems. All project teams are created based on client needs and our team members’ areas of expertise.



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