As an agency-trained PR professional, Adrienne delivers on big ideas and everyday details with creativity, speed and efficiency. Within agencies and on the corporate PR side, she has led and implemented media relations campaigns, special events, public affairs projects and crisis communications. Her work crosses many business categories: insurance and financial services, health care, transportation and human resources, energy and chemical companies as well as non-profit organizations.
Adrienne earned a journalism degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication, consistently ranked among the top five J-schools in the country. A natural curiosity, keen interest in news and love of writing led to a first job in public relations and an early focus on earned media campaigns. As her experience and expertise has expanded, she’s stayed true to her roots. Her mantra to her team is examine the facts, understand the context and read between the lines. This approach leads to messaging delivered with precision and a point-of-view that consistently obtains meaningful earned media results.
Her professional skills set includes the development and execution of internal communications programs to keep employees and their employers moving in the same direction. She’s served as editor of multiple employee newsletters and is adept at communicating corporate change to diverse audiences. Adrienne also has deep experience creating company and media events and executing public information campaigns to change perception and encourage lead generation.
Adrienne has been a volunteer for the Dad Vail Regatta, one of the country’s premier rowing events, for 20 years. She is a past member of the Alumnae Board of Mount Saint Joseph Academy. For now Adrienne has hung up her running shoes while she and her husband chase their three plus children in suburban Philadelphia.
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