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In 2010, Brodnicki joined the top 5 percent of practicing public relations practitioners to earn the Accredited in Public Relations designation, a voluntary demonstration of competency. The APR program is the profession's only national post-graduate certification program, measuring a public relations practitioner's fundamental knowledge of communications theory and its application; establishing advanced capabilities in research, strategic planning, implementation and evaluation; and demonstrating a commitment to professional excellence and ethical conduct.


Over the years, Brodnicki has received numerous accolades from trade and news organizations for outstanding client work.

Industry Awards:

  • 2018 – Fort Worth PRSA Worthy Award for Marketing Communications

  • 2017 – Fort Worth PRSA Worthy Award for Marketing Communications

  • 2015 - Fort Worth PRSA Worthy Award for Special Writing/Video

  • 2015 - Fort Worth PRSA Worthy Award for Writing/Features

  • 2014 - Fort Worth PRSA Worthy Award for Special Events & Observations

  • 2013 - PRNews Nonprofit PR Award Finalist for Branding/Rebranding Campaign

  • 2012 - The Fort Worth PRSA Worthy Awards: Best of Show

  • 2012 - Worthy Award for Integrated Marketing Communications

  • 2012 - The Communicator Award of Distinction

  • 2012 -- Hermes Creative Award - Gold

  • 2010 -- Hermes Creative Award - Gold

  • 2008 -- Hermes Creative Award - Platinum

  • 2008 -- Hermes Creative Award -- Gold

  • 2007 --MarCom Award -- Gold

Business Honors:

  • 2007 -- Outstanding Client by TCC Small Business Development Center

  • 2004 -- Star-Telegram Small Business Award


Public Relations Needs to be in the Driver’s Seat with Content, PR News Content Marketing Strategies & Tactics, December 2014

Missing Airliner Coverage Creates Questions on Crisis Communications (co-author) The Strategist, June 2014

Money School Leads Rebranding Overhaul for Catholic Charities (co-author) PR News Top 100 Case Studies. December 2013

Identifying Roadblocks Key to Defining Objectives, Success PR News PR Measurement Guidebook, Vol. 7. October 2013

Turning Company Representatives into Effective Spokespeople (co-author) PR News Media Training Guidebook, Vol. 4. 2012


“Wanted to fill you in a little conversation my dad and I had this afternoon. So you could imagine, he is a wise man and my greatest counselor. We were talking about the ‘Cody Day’ and the growth of the practice … and he said, ‘You know son, the greatest move you made was choosing to invest in the practice by having Sandra come in and objectively help us get our message out.’ I couldn’t agree more! Every time I see the words ‘Making Generations Smile,’ it makes me smile! So thank you for what you did for us … and will continue to do in the future!”

- Dr. Moody Alexander, Drs. Alexander Orthodontics
840 W. Mitchell Street  
Arlington, TX 76013   

“Several of you have asked how I have received so much media coverage after only being here for a short period of time. An article I wrote has recently been featured in the Fort Worth Business Press, an interview of me was conducted and published by the Dallas Business Journal, I had my name and photo featured in the Dallas Morning News, and I have been asked to speak to a several professional groups. This coverage not only reflects well on me, but also on our firm.

“I independently sought out a highly recommended small PR firm, Brodnicki Public Relations, Inc. Sandra Brodnicki is smart, easy to work with and very reasonable. She knows her stuff and I strongly recommend that she assist you in your PR endeavors. Some of these media opportunities have been worth many times what I have paid her.”

- Philip D. Vasquez (Formerly with Whitaker, Chalk, Swindle & Sawyer, LLP)
Hernandez and Vasquez, PLLC
5606 N. Navarro, STE 200
Victoria, TX 77904