Paula has the gift of making serious topics engaging, understandable and, when appropriate, entertaining. She is prompt, reliable and thoroughly professional. She has written several articles for www.sunlife.ca that have rung up great readership and sharing numbers.

Anne Levy-Ward
Managing Editor, www.sunlife.ca
Sun Life Financial

Paula Kehoe assumed the role of Communications Lead on the Organizing Committee for the inaugural International Women’s Day conference in Peterborough that took place March 8, 2017. She was outstanding in her role. Paula coordinated website branding and development as well as all social media initiatives with skill and enthusiasm. She worked with our major media sponsor and other media outlets to generate impressive media coverage that resulted in a sold-out event. Everyone on our team enjoyed working with Paula, who always brought great spirit and humour to the project while working tirelessly to surpass our goals. I would have no hesitation in working with her again.

Louise Racine
Chair IWD Organizing Committee
International Women’s Day Conference Ptbo

 

Red Rock Communications took the time to really learn our business, the industry and the “public” point-of-view and asked thought-provoking questions. Paula sought out what genuinely sets our business apart from the competition and was strategic, savvy and incredibly effective in all aspects of her work. Her help was a crucial part of the successful launch of our therapeutic farming business. Red Rock’s services enhanced our business’ awareness, differentiation and visibility in the general population and brought a higher degree of professionalism and legitimacy to our print and digital marketing materials.

Breanne Mathers & Stephanie Deaken
Founders
Fiddlehead Care Farm

It has been an absolute pleasure working with Paula Kehoe of Red Rock Communications on the development of the International Women’s Day website. Paula’s enthusiasm and creativity were evident from concept through to launch.  She was open to working collaboratively; she was our single point of contact for the project, meaning she had the role of synthesizing input from the committee and channeling it to us quickly and clearly. Paula coordinated the collection of materials from sponsors and presenters, ensured it was ready for publication and shared it in a timely manner. She was always quick to respond which kept the project moving forward, allowing us to meet important deadlines. She was also responsible for creating written content for the site and her work was easy to understand and motivational.  Paula’s hard work and engaging disposition have been absolutely critical to the success of this project.

Carrie Wakeford and Patrick Kenney
Black Cap Design