Princess Cruises Names New PR Director

by Daniel McCarthy


Princess Cruises has named Negin Kamali as its new director of public relations.

Kamali, who has spent the last 15 years at Golin PR agency in Los Angeles, previously worked on Cunard Line account during the launch of its new ship. She also oversaw the roll-out of Cunard’s social media accounts.

During her time in the industry she has represented brands such as Mattel, Nestle and several wine labels including Washington’s largest producer of wine, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates. She also served on the Los Angeles chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.

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