Ron Ben-Joseph

Guest Blogger

Co-Founder, Kerramel Studios

Chicago, Illinois

Ron Ben-Joseph is a social media manager, video producer and public speaking coach for Kerramel Studios. Ron has taught and presented communication-based courses for various organizations ranging from 1871 Chicago to Chambers of Commerce throughout the Chicagoland area. He has also taught at Northwestern University, Depaul University, College of Dupage, Devry, Chicago City Colleges, St. Xavier and Benedictine University.

Ron is co-founder of Kerramel Studios, a digital marketing firm devoted to helping businesses share their stories with an individualized approach and respect for the client’s distinctive, personal qualities.

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Posted May 5, 2015

Teaching by Listening

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