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Stephanie Kirschner

Group Supervisor

In her current position, Stephanie manages daily client communications needs and campaigns for high-profile publicly traded companies as well as private corporations within the consumer products and food and beverage industries as well as start-ups and incubator firms. For each client, Stephanie develops a strategic communications plan and manages all the core account elements, including thought leadership, national media relations and marketing programs. 

As the media lead for several clients, she has secured client coverage in a variety of leading business media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, CNN, the Los Angeles Times and CNBC. She has regular engagement with journalists in industry sectors such as consumer health, advertising and marketing, and lifestyle products. Stephanie has often arranged and staffed top-tier media tours for CEOs of publicly traded companies, including crafting talking points that addressed business, political, social and environmental topics.

Stephanie believes PR should function as a liaison channel between an organization and its various audiences. These includes reaching investors, shareholders, donors, consumers, media, and even the C-suite and employees, through news, social media engagement, and other marketing platforms – and that media relations is a cornerstone of this channel.

In addition, Stephanie coordinates the New York office internship program, where she is dedicated to helping PR students understand all the roles of agencies and their respective client campaigns, so that interns may have the context to hone practical skill sets over the course of the semester.  

Stephanie has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Relations from Boston University’s College of Communication. Additionally, she has a certificate in personal nutrition from the Shaw Academy and continues to be an avid home chef. She resides in Hoboken, New Jersey with cat, “Snoop Dogg.”