Hello SOTGC community,
I’m very happy to introduce the three new SOTGC authors who will be writing about PR and branding for your start up business. They will also be applying that to your career and what the “brand of you” says. These ladies found me on Twitter and reached out with an idea for an article…I always love to bring on new creative, driven, and kind ladies to join the community and write intriguing posts for the readers…so after a conversation with Liz and hearing about the vision and drive behind her company…I had to have the team as a “guest author combo.”
President & Founder
Liz got her start in the corporate public relations department of a major American fashion brand, where she oversaw regional press and events. In time, Liz segued into the fast-paced agency world, moving to a boutique firm specializing in fashion accessories. In early 2009, with her passion, talent and eye for irresistibly chic and stylish designs, Liz set out on her own. She founded Mariposa Communications to provide unparalleled PR services to a selection of designers, whether established or on the rise. Liz currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their dog Mackie.
PR Account Executive
Mallory joined Mariposa Communications in the spring of 2010. Quickly rising from assistant to managing her own accounts, Mallory is a PR superstar! Previously, she had five consecutive seasons of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week under her belt, fully immersing herself into the industry. Mallory has lived in Manhattan since graduating from The Ohio State University in 2009 with a degree in Strategic Communications and Textiles and Clothing.
Bri, a Communications major at Pace University, joined Mariposa full-time in January 2013 after a successful summer internship and freelance assistance. Residing in Manhattan, Bri’s professional background includes an internship at Brides Magazine and acting as Pace’s Kappa Delta chapter membership VP. Bri recently returned from a semester abroad in London, where her love for travel, culture and fashion blossomed even further.