Today’s show is all about inclusivity and how important it is to provide equal access to travel for all people. My guest today is Bob Kerlik. Bob is Vice President of Media Relations at Allegheny County Airport Authority, and he’s here to talk about Presley’s Place. Presley’s Place is a massive, state-of-the-art sensory room inside Pittsburgh International Airport. This is the story of how it all got started.
Bob Kerlik is vice president of media relations for the Allegheny County Airport Authority and executive editor of Blue Sky News. Bob has more than 15 years of experience in communications, including a dozen years as a reporter at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Duquesne University, where he later served as an adjunct instructor and advisor for the university’s student newspaper.
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Rob Gorski is a single Dad to three amazing autistic boys as well as Found and CEO of The Autism Dad, LLC. Multiple award-winning blogger, podcaster, content creator, digital marketer, social media influencer, and respected public figure for well over a decade.
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