We are thrilled to announce that Kristen Stippich, EVP of SourceCode Communications, has been selected as one of PRNEWS’ 2024 Top Women. This recognition honors influential women who show impeccable talent in all aspects of their careers, make an impact on others around them, and pave the way for fellow women entrepreneurs – and we can speak from personal experience, that Kristen certainly does all of that. 

Aptly included in PRNEWS ‘Changemakers’ category of these awards, Kristen has built an incredible reputation for our client services team since joining SourceCode in 2020, helping to ensure that we always stay on the cutting edge of developing new service offerings and utilizing new technologies. Amongst her many accomplishments, she has built out the SourceCode StoryHub and jumpstarted our Strategy & Analytics practice. Kristen most recently executed the launch of the AI practice and Executive Brand Management (EBM) service, both new growth areas for the agency particularly as AI has become a critical component of today’s technology narrative.

She has also re-imagined our process for new business research and creative development, ensuring that from the very beginning of working with a client, we’re infusing our award-winning, quality approach through our new services and forward-thinking initiatives. 

In addition to her contributions at SourceCode, Kristen is actively involved in the communications industry at large. She currently serves on the Board and as the VP of Programming for PRSA-NY and is an active member of AMEC. Kristen has been recognized on numerous occasions by PRWeek and PRovoke for her contributions to SourceCode and the wider PR industry, from award wins to featured bylines.

Kristen is also a champion of change for the PR industry through her work with SourceCode’s non-profit, the Diversity Marketing Consortium. Through this initiative, Kristen has donated her time and expertise to support minority-led businesses with their communications and marketing efforts, demonstrating her commitment to driving positive change when it comes to pressing issues facing the larger business landscape.

Please join us in congratulating Kristen on this well-deserved recognition. We don’t know what we would do without her!