Toni’s guest on 11/23 was Carl Terzian, CEO of Carl Terzian Associates, will be a guest on the Call Toni radio show this week. The show will air Saturday, November 23rd at 3pm PT on KTLK AM1150. Listeners not in the Los Angeles area may stream the show from KTLK’s site http://ktlkam1150.com. Carl will talk about his extensive experience as CEO of Carl Terzian Associates, how it all began and some quick PR tips for our listeners. Carl will explain the importance of and how you should define business networking, how someone can better present themselves and the importance of following up in business and philanthropy.
Carl Terzian has been successfully providing public relations counsel to causes,
corporations, individuals, and institutions for forty-four years as chairman of Carl Terzian Associates. With a nationally-recognized and respected expertise in communications, community involvement and human relations, Mr. Terzian offers clients specialized assistance and counseling in the use of electronic and print media, graphics, civic and government participation, public speaking, hilanthropy, special events, awards and tributes, and networking. These have proven to be effective and relevant tools in today’s highly competitive marketplace.
A prominent lecturer, Mr. Terzian travels extensively each year throughout the United States and overseas to address nearly 200 conferences, conventions, seminars, and sales and management meetings on marketing and motivation. He has been speaking professionally for more than forty. Over the years, he has been president of the California Pediatrics Center and the Southern California Youth Leadership Foundation; vice president of the Los Angeles Business Council and Project Concern; regent of California Lutheran University; trustee of Woodbury University; an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association; and a director of the Americanism Educational League, Armenian Film Foundation, Boy Scouts of America, California Museum of Science and Industry Advisory Board, Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Goodwill Industries, March of Dimes, Salvation Army and Volunteer Center of LA.
Mr. Terzian also served as a Congressional appointee to the Golden Anniversary White House Conference on Children and Youth, and on the public relations committee of the United States Information Agency; Governor Reagan’s Creative Citizenship Awards Committee; Los Angeles County Citizens Economy and Efficiency Commission; President of the Los Angeles Fire Commission; and the Mayor’s Advisory Council. He was honorary co-chair of the 2010 25th Annual National Philanthropy Day by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Los Angeles Chapter. In 2011 he received EO Alchemy Philanthropist of the Year Award at the EO Alchemy Entrepreneurial Conference. In December 2012, Carl received the Los Angeles Opportunities Industrialization Centers (OIC) 2012 Community Champion Award for his leadership in philanthropy.