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A journalist for more than 25 years, Frank Prosnitz has also served as a public relations professional in state government, private industry, and in his own consulting business.
He was a reporter/bureau manager at the Providence Journal for some 14 years and served as editor of Providence Business News for a decade. He began his journalism career as a sports writer at the Asbury Park (NJ) Press (for about a year), moving to The News Tribune (Woodbridge, NJ for some 14 months), before joining the Providence Journal.
After a long career in journalism, Prosnitz co-founded The Write Approach, a public relations agency that over a four-year span was involved with several commercial and political clients, providing media and communications support for local, statewide (Secretary of State, Treasurer, and Attorney General) and congressional candidates.
He also served for four years as press secretary to the Rhode Island General Treasurer, before returning to journalism as editor of Providence Business News.
After a decade at Providence Business News, Prosnitz founded Prosnitz Communications, which served a wide variety of clients, from healthcare to the defense industry. During that time Prosnitz has also served as communications manager for the Rhode Island Blood Center.
Throughout his career, he has continued to freelance articles and photography to local, regional and national publications.
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Education: Monmouth College (English major); Leadership Rhode Island; various seminars, workshops, and programs offered by Bryant College, the Bureau of National Affairs, American Arbitration Association, Cornell University, and various other programs.