Ed Eisen

Ed Eisen's career in communications spans 52 years. He was a Freedoms Foundation recipient and an award-winning journalist at three major metros including The Philadelphia Inquirer, a broadcast news reporter and a public relations consultant. He represented two popes, Mother Teresa, and a world-boxing champion. But when the Philly Mafia came calling, Ed said no. He also
taught broadcast news journalism at Temple University and turned his experiences into a tell-all memoir,
Soul for Sale.


Ed’s programs include:

Sound-Off! Debating the Big Issues of the Day

• Saying No to the Mafia

• I’m an Octogenarian: What Do I Do Now?

• Flubs of U.S. Presidents and Wannabes

• The Pope’s Jewish PR Guy

• New Year = New Job

• Creative Writing: A six-week course

• Confessions of a Philadelphia Spin Doctor: PR Exposed

• From Caterpillar to Butterfly: Workshop on Transformation

• I Remember: Memory Enhancement Workshop

• Blueberry Bluster: A Town that Promotes a Lie

• Can You Top This? A Quiz Show Like No Other

• Lessons Learned in Life: Motivational Workshop


Ideal for:

Arts and culture organizations and events


Senior centers and groups


School groups and colleges

Sports and baseball clubs and organizations

Corporate engagements

History and literature clubs and organizations

Women’s history, American history and
African American history programming




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