Bartholomeaux Public Relations is a boutique PR, Marketing and Communications agency which has created marvelous images for a myriad of clients from Washington to the remote Pacific islands and outback Australia for more than 25 years. Our clients range from NY Times best-selling authors to Swiss watch companies; beer distributors to non-profits. Award winning videographers, graphic and web designers and photographers are always available for client’s needs. 

As a community advocate, Carole has donated her expertise to a variety of causes, including successful passage of landmark legislation: the Federal Indian Health Advisory Act, the Victims' Rights Bill, the Domestic Violence Law, and the Affirmative Action Defense Bill, to name a few.

Activities and honors include: Arizona Woman Magazine Business Woman of the Year Award finalist, Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Athena Business Woman of the Year Award finalist, first female Board President Phoenix Press Box Association; Phoenix Metro Chapter MADD Board President, Desert Southwest Chapter Multiple Sclerosis Society Board President, Co-Founder Thomas J. Pappas School for Homeless Children, Board Member Phoenix Suns Nite Hoops, Board Member Diocese of Phoenix Communications Commission.

Carole founded Bartholomeaux Public Relations more than 25 years ago.  One of her favorite projects was creating a program to bring Scottsdale High School District arts students together with at-risk students from South Mountain H.S. This program exposed Scottsdale students to poverty and prejudice challenges South Mountain students had to overcome to excel in communications. The Scottsdale Center for the Arts brought the two groups together with professional graphic designers, fine artists and performing artists and videographers to create opportunities to end racism.

Carole is a Founding Fellow of the Earth Sustaining Sciences Institute and a Governing Board Member of the Earth Sustaining Sciences Foundation. She has been instrumental in delivering high value shared success solutions for communities and leading and communicating fair-minded, unprejudiced discussions in challenging community and global issues and controversial project improvement. Her work has been instrumental in improving the positive eco-societal position of many remote and at-risk communities and developments.


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