December 3, 2011—Tonight, starting at 8:00 pm EST join Communities writers Gayle Falkenthal and Jason Black as they live chat as Miguel Cotto of Puerto Rico seeks to avenge his 2008 loss to Antonio Margarito of Mexico for Cotto’s WBA Super Welterweight title at Madison Square Garden in New York.
The Garden is a sell-out, which is rare for a non-heavyweight fight. It shows the keen level of interest in what may be one of the most exciting, action-packed bouts of 2011.
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Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR, is President of the Falcon Valley Group, a San Diego based public relations consulting firm. Falkenthal worked as an award winning broadcast editor, producer and talk host before launching a second career as a communications consultant and business owner. Falkenthal continues to work both sides of the communications aisle as an award winning columnist for several media outlets including the political blog San Diego Rostra and Communities Digital News at Washington Times.
The San Diego Press Club presented Falkenthal with its Andy Mace Award for Career Excellence in Public Relations, one of just 33 individuals with this achievement. She holds Accreditation in Public Relations, which represents the top two percent of all public relations professionals in the United States. She earned both her Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio-Television and Linguistics and a Master of Science degree in Mass Communication from San Diego State University. She is an instructor at National University, San Diego, and previously taught in the School of Journalism & Media Studies at SDSU.
Falkenthal is a card-carrying Libertarian, servant to a rescued Boxer dog with his own Twitter account, and is proudly obsessed with Dancing With the Stars. She firmly believes what goes around, comes around, and you should go hard or go home.
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