Interview Segments on Topic: Arthur Page/Principles/Society/Center
Don Wright is the Harold Burson Professor and Chair in Public Relations at Boston University. His areas of specialization include crisis management, employee communications/internal relations, reputation management and social responsibility. Professor Wright has worked full-time in corporate, agency and university public relations, and has been a corporate communications consultant for three decades.
INTERVIEWER: Is there anything else that you would like to say that we haven’t talked about that ought to be said?
WRIGHT: No. The only thing that I’d like to say was I think that it’s good that the Page Center is doing this. Hopefully you’re able, in this process, to interview people who are far greater and better than me, but I’m very happy that this is being done, and I commend the directors of the Page Center, and of course Larry Foster, for his initiative in establishing this in the first place. It’s exercises such as these that are going to make public relations much better tomorrow than it is today. So I would throw praise back at you folks, and thank you.
INTERVIEWER: Thank you. Don Wright.