Carol Brejot began working with Elmore in October 2014 as a senior consultant, handling media relations for the Hobby Center’s special autism-friendly holiday show. Since then, she has assisted with strategic planning, media relations, and writing for several Elmore clients, including Houston Grand Opera, Houston Parks Board, Scenic Houston, Periwinkle Foundation, Communities In Schools of Houston and Houston Botanic Garden.
As the proprietor of Carol Brejot Public Relations, Carol works with several clients on an ongoing or project basis, with a primary focus on media relations. These include or have included Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, Houston Chamber Choir, Bayou Preservation Association, Katy Prairie Conservancy, Houston Arboretum, Moonshot Compost, The Center for Pursuit, Trees For Houston, and the North Houston District. Among agency clients are Vincent Communications, Sterling Associates, The PR Boutique, and Newton O’Neill Communications in Austin. Carol considers herself a motivated and results-oriented public relations specialist and journalist with a proven track record.
As part of Carol’s commitment to public service and volunteerism, she has donated her public relations services over the last several years to nonprofit organizations, including Integral Care, Dream Come True Foundation, and Multi-Cultural Refugee Coalition in Austin, along with Special CHEERS, the Houston Kappa Kappa Gamma Charitable Foundation, and St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, all in Houston.
In addition to a long career as a freelance public relations specialist, Carol served as editor of Memorial Villages Magazine in the late 1990s, where she penned a monthly column, wrote feature stories, and edited the niche publication. She also has a background in agency PR, including Creamer Dickson Basford in New York City and Ogilvy & Mather PR in Houston.
Carol is a graduate of Southern Methodist University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism, with a concentration in public relations. When not in her office, she enjoys travel, live music, plays, exercise, crossword puzzles, and reading. Carol also loves spending time with her adult children, granddaughter Emilie, grandson Hall, and her granddogs.