About Regina

About The Write Publicist
Regina Lynch-Hudson

Renaissance woman, Regina Lynch-Hudson, redefines the traditional role of “publicist.”  With more than 25 years of experience that spans marketing, public relations and content development, the public relations powerhouse has pushed the embossed ecru envelope to its limits. Few people can exhibit well-rounded expertise in delivering strategic messaging solutions across multiple media platforms. Writer-turned-publicist Regina Lynch-Hudson can.

Regina's clients believe that the diamond “R” initial she sports signifies more than just her name. She’s a resolute, refined idea generator who delivers results! She thinks. She writes. She rocks! This savvy-and-sought-after consultant shows clients how to assert their brand identity—to “get a leg up” on the competition.

Repertoire Regina's portfolio includes web site content, client stories, marketing collateral, bylined articles, ghostwritten blogs and Twitter posts. She has regularly secured media placements for high-profile attorneys, athletes, architects, authors, artists, celebrities, inventors, physicians, politicians, entrepreneurs and leading tourism destinations. More than 80 percent of her clients are out of state; she's never met many of them in person. They've contracted her based on the strength of her work.

Reach Through a robust, multi-layered approach to branding Regina uses the written word to implement ideas that penetrate print, online and broadcast audiences.

Results With unrivaled flair, Regina generates ideas that spark the success of any product or service. Her greatest joy comes from lifting the "mask of anonymity" and thrusting clients into the national spotlight. Regina crafts the ideal voice for any brand. She produces revenue-generating concepts and content for print, television, video, web, digital media and B2B marketing projects. And as a “digital influencer” her restaurant and product reviews create online sensation.

Resourcefulness Regina has put her brainpower and business acumen behind her own intellectual property projects, too. She conceived and self-syndicated Regina's PR Remedies®, a column sponsored by computer giant Gateway that appeared in newspapers nationwide.  Authoring Regina Roams® travel column lured a readership of over two million AirTran Airways passengers per issue. For Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine, Regina pens the business travel column Doing Biz In®–a virtual roadmap of how to conduct business in top urban markets. And for regional Season magazine, she conceptualized Regina's A-List Abodes®. The column offered a peek into luxurious lifestyles of locals and profiled the dreamy abodes of athletes, artists, celebrities, CEOs, superstars and socialites for national magazine placement.

Recognition Regina was awarded Best PR Campaign by the Atlanta Association of Media Women for her role in publicizing the 1996 National Black Arts Festival. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported that her press coverage of the $2.8 million dollar biennial festival was the best in festival history. In 2002, she received the Atlanta Business League's Creative Style Award for ingenuity and innovation in conducting business.

Regina was selected from public relations gurus nationwide to author a segment of Public Relations: A Values-Driven Approach by professors David W. Guth, APR, and Charles Marsh, Ph.D. Published by Allyn & Bacon, the world's largest publisher of communications textbooks, the book has been adopted by more than 50 universities in the United States and Canada.

One of America's most innovative publicists, Regina Lynch-Hudson has been profiled in a myriad of publications, including Entrepreneur Magazine, Essence and countless newspapers.

25 Years in Public Relations


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