Jeff Morosoff teaches several undergraduate courses in public relations at Hofstra University. A professional communicator for more than three decades, Morosoff first worked in radio as a disk jockey and news anchor before his public relations career began at Cablevision, where he handled community and government relations and public access TV productions. He later joined the Long Island Association, a regional business and civic organization, as associate director of communications and moved to direct public relations activities for the Town of Babylon, serving as press secretary for two elected town supervisors. He left government to run a small agency, handling political campaigns and providing public relations and media services for various clients.
Morosoff taught media and public relations courses at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) where he also earned bachelor's and master’s degrees in communication arts. He was director of alumni and government relations, and later director of foundation and corporate relations for more than a decade at NYIT, before being appointed vice president for institutional advancement at Nassau Community College. Morosoff has most recently served as vice president of communications for the Early Years Institute.
A mentor to students and professionals throughout his career and a frequent guest lecturer, Morosoff received the International Association of Business Communicators’ Achievement in Communications Award in 2000. He served as president of the Public Relations Professionals of Long Island (PRPLI) from 1995-97 and from 2006-07. A member of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and faculty advisor to the Hofstra chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), he remains on the PRPLI board of directors and is actively involved with the Fair Media Council and other professional and community organizations.
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government and community relations