DLPR’s Shree Dhond Named as One of PR Industry’s Rising Stars
NEW YORK; June 20 – Dukas Linden Public Relations’ senior vice president, Shree Dhond, has been named one of the Public Relations Society of America-New York Chapter’s “Exceptionals Under 35.” According to the PRSA, Dhond received the award based on a number of factors, including service to the PR industry, high ethical standards, leadership, and outstanding performance.
Dhond co-leads DLPR’s Alternatives & Institutional Asset Management practice area, which represents a wide variety of asset managers and investment strategies—including top, international institutional and retail firms, private equity and private credit fund managers, thematic and ESG-focused investors, and activists.
“Shree is a top-notch professional and has been integral to the success of our firm since joining DLPR in 2015,” said Richard Dukas, DLPR’s CEO. “He sets a very strong example for his peers through his maturity of judgement, thoughtful and hands-on approach to client service, transparent management style and hard work ethic.”
Prior to joining DLPR, Dhond worked at the New York-based financial communications consultancy, the Neibart Group. Outside of the office, he has volunteered with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of New York. He received a BA in economics from Middlebury College, where he served as co-chair of the institution’s local chapter of the DREAM Program, a mentoring non-profit in Vermont.
Founded in 2002, Dukas Linden Public Relations is among the ten largest PR agencies with a specialization in finance. Its clients include well-known, large and middle-market companies in key areas of finance, asset management and professional services. The agency’s full suite of communications services includes: media relations; comprehensive messaging; content development, including editorial and broadcast; crisis and special situations communications; investor communications; social media and online reputation management; internal communications, and speakers’ bureau and conference support.