Montlick Partners with Monica Kaufman Pearson
Montlick is proud to partner with renowned Atlanta television broadcast journalist Monica Kaufman Pearson to expand the firm’s impact and reach of its many programs throughout the community.
About This Partnership
Monica Pearson retired from WSB-TV Channel 2 in 2012 after 43 years as a news anchor. She continues to be involved in things that are important to her personally and remains active within the Atlanta community giving back to many local organizations, appearing as a guest speaker and lecturer at several Georgia Universities, hosting a local radio show and appearing in television specials on WSB-TV.
“It is a real honor and pleasure to work with Monica and to have her a part of the Montlick family. We are excited about our new partnership and look forward to working together on our important family safety and community service initiatives to help the citizens of Georgia for many years,” said David Montlick.
Monica represents the firm in television messages, and in Daily 2 News segments on Channel 2. She also collaborates with the firm on several public service initiatives. Recently, Monica joined Melinda Jeffress, the firm’s Director of Community Programs, to pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as part of the firm’s exclusive primetime TV sponsorship of “Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr” on WSB-TV.
“One thing I have always admired about Montlick, and this goes way back, is their willingness to serve the community, which is something I’ve always believed in. And we share other important values – like honesty, integrity and having a strong work ethic,” said Monica Pearson.
At Montlick, we have a longstanding history of giving back to the community. With over 20 public service programs, we can reach more than our client list, building relationships and improving lives in our surrounding communities.
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