The CSG's home page
"A creative man merely has ideas; a resourceful man makes them practical."  Georges Doriot




Ruth Maron is a senior-level communications professional who combines extensive experience in corporate and marketing communications with a background in organization development. With a focus on internal communications, she specializes in working with senior leaders to create credible and compelling communications that bring their unique voice, perspective and insights to the spoken and written word.

A native New Yorker, Ruth moved from Manhattan to Portsmouth, NH in 2006, where she formed her communications firm, Identity Communications. She works with corporate and non-profit clients to develop the message and create the tools to be heard and understood in today’s rapidly changing environment. Ruth brings to each assignment the skills of a versatile writer, the experience of a public relations professional, and the tools and perspective of an organization development consultant.

Prior to that, Ruth was an internal communications consultant on the corporate staff of PSEG, the largest utility in New Jersey. As a member of the merger communications team, she was co-editor of an award-winning electronic newsletter distributed to 30,000 employees at PSEG and Exelon on their proposed merger.

While in New York, Ruth was an independent consultant and senior writer. Clients included Pan Am Corp., The Algonquin Hotel, AARP, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Columbia House Company, PSEG and Block Drug.

Ruth was Director of Public Relations for Inter-Continental Hotels Corporation, an international group with 100 hotels in 48 countries. She began her public relations career at Burson-Marsteller, where she worked with CSG President, Ted Agne. Working in the New York and Brussels offices, she specialized in crisis communications, executive training, speechwriting and senior writing projects.

A graduate of Vassar College, Ruth holds a Masters’ degree in Journalism from Boston University. She received a post-graduate certificate degree in Organization Development from the New School in New York.

< Back