Jennifer Brandino joined Elmore Public Relations in March 2019 as a Senior Account Manager on several projects of the Harris County Flood Control District.
With 23 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing and public relations, Jennifer is a seasoned communications professional who brings a balance of big-picture strategic thinking and incredible attention to detail to her work. Her past professional experience includes in-house management roles in a variety of industries, including maritime, economic development, funeral service, K-12 education and early childhood education. In addition to her work with both corporate and government entities, Jennifer has extensive experience in nonprofit organizations and is particularly adept at leveraging limited resources to achieve maximum results.
Jennifer’s experience spans the breadth of marketing and communications services, including traditional media relations, corporate communications, print collateral design and production, advertising, crisis communications, public relations, event planning, branding, website development, and digital marketing strategy.
Clients appreciate Jennifer as an excellent listener with keen intuition who is thoughtful and strategic in her recommendations. Her varied experiences, strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills, and her ability to easily cultivate strong and lasting relationships make Jennifer a valuable asset to the Elmore PR team.
Jennifer graduated cum laude from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and a minor in English. She received her Accredited Business Communicator designation from the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) following an extensive portfolio review and examination process. The IABC also recognized two pieces of Jennifer’s previous work with Bronze Quill Awards.
Originally from New Orleans, Jennifer enjoys searching for the best crawfish in Houston. Her past and present volunteer activities reflect causes close to her heart and include leadership and economic development, literacy, and women’s and children’s issues. She is married to a native Houstonian and is most proud of her role as “mom” to their only son.