"Adam Ritchie is a true innovator, pioneering unique approaches." (PRWeek)
Adam uses PR as an unstoppable source of invention and transformation. He's also a musician, coast-to-coast walker, downhill skier and craft beer lover. Adam applies a wealth of brand communications experience to creating and executing programs for his clients. He has worked on more than 40 brands including Perrier, Timberland, Jiffy Lube, Magic Hat Brewing Company, Evenflo and Jacuzzi. His award-winning campaigns have appeared in international media, and his range of capabilities is respected among his colleagues. He has spoken about brand development at South by Southwest and has appeared on NPR, MarketWatch and The New York Times. He advocates for PR's role in product development through his Invention in PR series of talks and articles. Adam holds four Silver Anvils from the Public Relations Society of America, a Best in Creative Excellence distinction from PRWeek and a degree from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. He is a Holmes Report Most Innovative Marketing Communications Professional, American Business Awards Communications Executive of the Year, PR News Professional of the Year, PR Daily Professional of the Year, Bulldog Reporter Professional of the Year and PRWeek 40 Under 40 honoree. He is an Eagle Scout.
Latest op-ed: "The Similarities Between PR Pros and Musicians"
Leesa has produced digital content for T-Mobile, Yoplait, Lindt, Mike’s Hard Lemonade, Hellmann's, Degree, The National Wildlife Foundation and more. From emotive brand videos and web shorts to wearables and identity design, Leesa does it all. She's tough under pressure and takes every project to the next visual level.
Media Specialist, WEST COAST
Peg's media track record spans three decades. She has served as the fitness editor of Self, the editorial director of SHAPE, the editor in chief of Natural Health and the editor in chief of Fit Pregnancy. Nimble, pragmatic and creative, she applies her experience to executing smart campaigns for products and publications.
Kelci has used PR tactics and face-to-face communication in her work with nonprofits like The Nature Conservancy, From the Bow Seat, and Save the Children. In her work with The Nature Conservancy, she was ranked top ten in national performers for her position and acquired dozens of new members and thousands of dollars for the organization.
Minimum three years' experience (preferably agency) and a proven track record for placing stories in top-tier national media.