Debra Caruso, president and owner of DJC Communications in New York City, has more than 30 years experience in the media field and has developed numerous working relationships with a wide range of contacts in the press corps throughout the U.S. She has directed campaigns for corporate entities, large non-profit organizations, unions, trade organizations and leading universities. Ms. Caruso is a member of the Board of Directors of the New York Press Club and represents the organization as its public relations consultant. A graduate of Fordham University with a degree in journalism, she was previously vice president at Sheehan Communications, Inc. A known expert on the media, she has been quoted in The New York Times, Marketwatch, ABC News Radio,metro US,WNYC, E-Commerce Times, Portfolio.com, MacNewsWorld, Arizona Republic , Forbes.com, AOL WalletPop, Christian Science Monitor and the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel among others. A member of the Board of Directors of the Fordham College Alumni Association, Debra is author of the book, Fordham University & the United States: A History . Married with two children, she also writes the blog, TV Takes All , is featured in Who’s Who of American Women and serves on the Board of Directors of Jazz 2 Cure, which raises funds for music therapy for cancer patients. Featured in the Huffington Post, Debra has also written articles on public relations in such publications as BullDog Reporter,Ragan.com, O’Dwyer’s PR Magazine and CommPro.biz on such topics as advice for the presidential candidates . Her writing on media has been featured in the DailyNational.com.