About "House of Communications" owner, Darlene House
"She is someone with an uncommon degree of stick-to-it-tiveness."
--Former Ross Roy Advertising Agency Supervisor
Darlene House is the chief communications specialist for House of Communications. This past president of Detroit Women Writers and Women in Communications of Detroit is an award-winning advertising copywriter, editor, article writer, columnist and public relations practitioner. Her background also includes planning and promoting acclaimed special events plus service as a university visiting lecturer and corporate coach/trainer. She is currently specializing in journalism projects for publications and market research for corporations plus special event promotion for non profits. Her articles and columns appear regularly in academic, mainstream and target market newspapers and magazines throughout the Metropolitan Detroit area, Southeastern Michigan region and on the international scene. She is a featured columnist and article writer for Legacy News, The Michigan Chronicle and The Michigan Front Page. House is also an editorial assistant and feature writer for The Aurora, the official international quarterly publication of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. In addition, she served as Central Region Chair for The Mwanamugimu Project Essay Contest which focuses on increasing knowledge of historical and contemporary Africa. In Fall 2003, she was appointed as the first publicist for Sigma Gamma Rho’s Rho Sigma (Detroit Graduate) Chapter.
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