Johanna Ramos-Boyer

JOHANNA RAMOS-BOYER

PUBLICITY FOR NON-FICTION AUTHORS, INCLUDING RADIO TOURS AND MEDIA TRAINING. ONGOING PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN. SPECIAL INTEREST AREAS: POLITICS, HISTORY, LEGAL, BUSINESS, MILITARY, FOREIGN AFFAIRS, SCIENCE AND ANIMALS, FOOD, PHOTOGRAPHY, PARENTING.

Johanna Ramos-Boyer Johanna Ramos-Boyer has worked in communications and publicity for more than 25 years, starting in the Clinton White House in 1993, then transitioning to the communications departments for Secretary Ron Brown at the U.S. Department of Commerce and Secretary Dan Glickman at the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

In 1999, as a Senate Press Secretary for Barbara Mikulski, Johanna spearheaded the publicity efforts for the first book by the then nine women of the United States Senate, Nine and Counting: The Women of the U.S. Senate.  This launched Johanna into the publishing industry and she has not looked back.

Johanna has extensive experience in developing publicity efforts and media strategy for authors and publishing clients.  A seasoned professional, she has knowledge of non-fiction and fiction publishing, government affairs, documentary and feature television production and programming, non-profit organizations and how these elements fit together for cross platform multi-media efforts that combine publishing with larger projects that reach millions.

In 2003, Johanna launched JRB Communications, LLC where she works across a variety of industries and clients including the National Geographic Channel, AXS TV, getTV, Goldcrest Films, W.W. Norton, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, Yale University Press, Penguin Putnam, Crown, Knopf, and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library.  No project is ever the same.

Johanna represented filmmaker Tim Hetherington.  Hetherington’s 2010 film, Restrepo (produced and directed with Sebastian Junger) won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, was nominated for a 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary and was broadcast on the National Geographic Channel.  Other documentary clients include Gold Star Children, a documentary film by Mitty Griffis Mirrer and Academy Award nominated writer Mark Monroe about children who have lost a parent to war — Vietnam to Afghanistan & Iraq; and Defiant Requiem: Voices of Resistance (PBS – Peter Schnall, Director; April 2013).

Johanna has worked with notable authors including Ebola expert David Quammen, former CIA Chief Michael Morell, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Lucinda Franks, Mitchell Zuckoff and the Benghazi Annex Security Team, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly, Washington Post Columnist David Ignatius, New York Times bestselling author Craig Nelson, award-winning business writers Po Bronson And Ashley Merryman, Judith Martin (Miss Manners), First Amendment Attorney Floyd Abrams, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Frankel Technology reporter Adam Lashinsky, New York Times bestselling author Sebastian Junger, fallen reporter Tim Hetherington,  Robert L. Forbes, Charles Ogletree, General Tony Zinni, John W. Dean and Barry M. Goldwater, Jr., Humorist Mary Roach, Primatologist Frans de Waal, General Wesley K. Clark, Patricia Gucci, Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan, Economist Charles Wheelan, and New York Times bestselling author Vincent Bugliosi.

Services include:

  • Strategic Media Relations for Book Launches (including TV, radio, print and online outreach)
  • Developing and overseeing events
  • Satellite Radio Tours
  • Executive and Spokesperson Media Training

Contact:
Phone: 703-646-5137

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JENNIFER MAGUIRE

PUBLICITY, PR, BRAND EXTENSION, ONGOING PUBLICITY, SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT; focus on POP CULTURE, A&E, STYLE, SPORTS, SOCIAL EQUALITY, HISTORY.

Jen has more than twenty years experience in public relations, consumer promotions, marketing communications, and brand licensing. Her projects frequently include IN-STORE EVENTS, CO-BRANDED TIE-INS, CROSS-OVER PLACEMENT and SAMPLING. Prior to launching Maguire Public Relations, Inc. in 2002, Jen’s corporate career included working inside major media and marketing organizations, including Grey Advertising on the Revlon account, Playboy Enterprises, BET, Seventeen media, and Urban Latino magazine.

While at Seventeen, Jen was Director of PR for the brand’s unique in-house, 30-person, full-service marketing machine which produced 200 in-store/fashion show/concert/broadcast live events yearly; editorial; and the brand’s licensing program, working with top manufacturing partners in accessories, books and beauty.

Her career includes a position as the Deputy Press Secretary for a U.S. Presidential campaign’s New Jersey headquarters, where she worked closely with the White House press corps, White House advance teams, and The Secret Service; as well as serving on the staff of a U.S. Senatorial campaign.

Her nonprofit work includes volunteer PR support for The American Run for the End of AIDS (AREA) and their annual co-production with GMHC of NYC’s World AIDS Day Candlelight Vigil; and Feminists for Free Expression anti-censorship advocacy as a founding member and former president. Jen also lends her talents towards indigenous rights advocacy.

She is a member of the Public Relations Society of America, (PRSA), Publicity Club of New York (PCNY), Entertainment Publicists Professional Society (EPPS), Mediabistro, SoloPR and Freelancers Union.

Books Jen has worked on include From The Danube To The Hudson, Bumblebees Can Fly: Creating Climates for Inherent Power & Intentionality To Flourish in Young Men of Color, The Mex Books, The Spinsterlicious Life, The Queen of My Self, The Playboy Interview: The Best of Three Decades; The Playboy Interviews By Alex Haley.

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifermaguire
Twitter: @maguirejen
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jennifer.maguire
Website: http://maguirepr.com/

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TAMMY RICHARDS-LESURE

PUBLICITY and MEDIA with special focus on POLITICS & CURRENT EVENTS, HEALTH/MEDICAL/SCIENCE, AGING, RELIGION, AFRICAN AMERICAN, MYSTERY & THRILLERS, PARENTING, SPORTS, HUMOR, FOOD, BUSINESS, and TRAVEL. ONGOING PUBLICITY CAMPAIGN.

Tammy Richards-LeSure draws on 22 years of experience in the publishing industry to provide premier publicity services.

Tammy’s career has been devoted to the development and execution of top-tier media and promotional campaigns, beginning with her work as Senior Publicist at Random House, Inc. in Los Angeles, where she handled high-profile projects for the Random House, Times, Villard, Crown, Clarkson Potter, Harmony, Alfred A. Knopf, Pantheon and Vintage Books imprints. She has continued to manage successful projects as President of her own agency. Along the way, she has implemented strategy and publicity for many bestsellers, and she takes great pride in her work with the industry’s leading publishing houses, literary agents, and authors.

Tammy has had the privilege of working on the following bestsellers: Midnight in the Garden of Good and EvilBreaking the Surface, The Hot ZoneIndelibleA Long Way From HomeSkipping Towards GomorrahThe Sweet Potato Queens’ Field Guide to Men, Selling with IntegrityTransformed by the Light, A Year in ProvenceToujours ProvenceHotel PastisWe Were Soldiers Onceand YoungStrip Tease, Stormy WeatherMakes Me Wanna Holler, How to Get Filthy Stinking RichChange Your Brain, Change Your Life, Healing ADDJoy at WorkThe Catcher was a Spy, and many moreAt one point, she had six bestsellers on The New York Times Best Sellers list at once.