Interview with Phil Gomes

Dear PR & Communication students,

I’ve been saving the interview I did with Phil Gomes for the beginning of the semester, when you’re either more motivated to listen or you’ll listen because you need some motivation.

Phil Gomes, (@philgomes) is vice president of the me2revolution group within Edelman Public Relations. I interviewed him in November 2007 and asked him how you can succeed. One of Phil’s most interesting ideas is that of future-proofing your education – learning things that will still be useful in 10, 15, or 20 years from now. I think both students and educators will find this interview informative and motivational. Enjoy and let me know: How are you future-proofing your or your students’ education?




  1. Enjoyed the conversation! You hit upon some of my favorite topics. *8-)

    Your students should feel free to drop me a line any time.

  2. I enjoyed listening to the interview with Mr. Gomes. I found it very surprising that he asked potential employees about their senior thesis projects during interviews. I guess it does have a significance.

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