Regina Kulik Scully is considered one of the leading experts on media communications in the country. Ms. Scully began her career as a journalist for CNN and at women's magazines, and then segued into the field of public relations and brand marketing. Throughout her career, she has represented some of the top Fortune 500 companies, leading the PR programs for companies such as Christian Dior, L'Oreal, Neutrogena, Polo.com, LVMH and Johnson and Johnson. After years in the corporate arena, Ms. Kulik Scully became founder and CEO of her own marketing and brand communications agency in NYC, Rpr Marketing Communications. Since its launch in 1995, it has become the premier boutique brand marketing agency in its niche. Still the leader in its class today, Rpr is an all-women run agency and the Johnson and Johnson Company's National Agency of Record. In addition, Ms. Kulik Scully is an active and ardent activist in education reform. Along with her husband, she has helped launch some of the most successful charter schools in both California and New York. Ms. Kulik Scully recently expanded into the filmmaking industry; she is the executive producer of such films as Boyhood Shadows, The Invisible War, The Big Picture and Miss Representation. Ms. Kulik Scully recently co-founded and is CEO of Girls Club Entertainment, a multi-media production company committed to producing products that empower young girls and women worldwide. She is a Member of the following Boards: the Horace Mann School, NY; the Stanford University Board of Philanthropy and Civil Society; the Georgetown University Board of Regents; the Making Waves Academy Charter School; Miss Representation Board; the Stay Strong Foundation; and the Project ALS Board. Ms. Kulik Scully holds a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Languages and Linguistics from Georgetown University.
Philanthropist, Journalist, Filmmaker
Member, Women's Leadership Board, Women and Public Policy Program