Martha Muzychka named an IABC Fellow
Congratulations to Martha Muzychka on being inducted into IABC’s 2019 Class of Fellows!
The IABC Fellow designation is the highest honour bestowed on an IABC member. Becoming a Fellow denotes a body of achievement by a communicator who has had a significant impact on their organization, IABC, and the communication profession at large.
Only 93 of the world’s top communications leaders have earned this designation. It is considered by IABC to be a career achievement award for the industry. The Fellows committee made the selection from a competitive field of applicants and nominated two immensely talented Fellows from around the world.
Find more information about Martha’s achievement here.
Martha Muzychka, ABC, MC, is principal of Praxis Communications, an independent consultancy based in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador offering communications planning, strategic counsel, and communications training to community, corporate and government organizations.
Before establishing Praxis in 2005, Martha served as director of communications for two major health organizations and worked as a policy analyst for a provincial advocacy group. In her work, Martha explores new and creative approaches for communicating and engaging with target audiences by bringing together a unique community perspective with a firm foundation in strategic communications principles.
In 2015, Martha’s contribution to IABC was recognized with the Regional Leader of the Year Award. She was named IABC Canada’s Master Communicator in 2015 and received IABC NL’s Award of Communications Excellence in 2018.
For the last 30 years, Martha has taught, coached and mentored hundreds of communication professionals and worked with multiple organizations to demonstrate the value of strategic communication as a business driver.