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Patrice Samara

Strategic communications; marketing; international events facilitation

 

Emmy award winner involved in electronic communications and multimedia production, as well as event organization on a global level. Focused on education and mentoring efforts worldwide. Creator of the Good Housekeeping Children’s Learning Series and produced programming for Sesame Street.

Patrice Samara

 

 

Biography

Emmy-winner, Patrice Samara, is President of Triumph Holdings, Inc., a global strategic communication, production and event organization. She has worked on every continent with the public and private sectors and has been recognized with over one hundred international citations for creativity and excellence, including several Parents Choice and thirty Cine Golden Eagle Awards. Ms. Samara was educated at New School University in New York and the Michelangelo School of Language in Florence, Italy. She completed the Nonprofit Marketing Program at New York University in 2001.

 

In 1979, she began working with some of the earliest emerging electronic technologies. From 1987 to 1990, her firm was part of WNET, the PBS Flagship station in New York. In 1992, she orchestrated the acquisition of the firm by one of the world’s largest corporate communications organizations. She began Triumph in 1995. Her practice has extended to over 500 large-scale projects, notably: as Executive Director for Administration and Operations for the Exploring the Future of Learning Initiative; the ThinkQuest Internet Challenge in Geneva, Switzerland; Strategic Facilitator at the National Truancy Prevention Association’s National Leadership Summit; lead development teams for GTE's 'Main Street' and IBM's early efforts in personal computing software; the symposia and webcasts, 'Youth and Violence: The Search for Answers' and 'Beyond Good & Evil: A Religious Perspective on 9/11'; Project Legal Lives, law-related education program for students and radio program for teens called "Ask the DA; produced programming for Sesame Street and worked closely with Jim Henson; and was the creator of the Good Housekeeping Children's Learning Series.

 

Patrice Samara was the Director of Special Projects for The Garland Appeal, commemorating the life of Sir Paul McCartney's late wife, Linda, supporting the healing power of music and early cancer detection. Ms. Samara is also the Executive Director of the Triumph Educational Fund, providing school supplies and mentoring worldwide, serves on the board of The Drew Foundation supporting alternatives to incarceration for women and is on The Women of the Apollo Committee. She is recognized in the World's Who's Who of Women.

 

 

 

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