Donna, works with clients to develop communications strategies that challenge conventional thinking and weave consumer insights and intelligence with a humanizing touch to create award-winning campaigns and put our clients in the center of conversation.. The military serves as her ‘secondary’ family therefore she is always happy to assist the many military affiliations in need of assistance.
The OleanderPR client roster includes brands ranging from actors, producers, film productions, hip hop artists, groups, to Wine & liquor, tech and corporate industries. We’re known for our powerful #PRwins and collaborative mindset of the many connections OleanderPR works with unwilling to settle for the status quo.
OleanderPR has expanded to meet the needs of its growing roster of consumer, talented, corporate, and non-profit clients. by utilizing our depth of experience and innovative approach enabling us to provide strategic counsel and program execution across a wide range of areas, including public relations, media relations, marketing communications, corporate branding, and reputation management.
Donna prides herself on developing lasting relationships with our clients so that we play an integral role in helping them achieve current and planned goals (future), contributing to the long-term success of their business. In short, OleanderPR will help define the business objective and set the table for success. It could be a publicity campaign, press, or simply cultivating mutually beneficial relationships.
As well as a thorough knowledge of the US media landscape, she has particular expertise in managing complex, multi-stakeholder, global campaigns and integrating PR with clients’ marketing and digital teams to ensure projects can generate cross-platform buzz in today’s fast-paced entertainment business. Whatever your needs are, we will work with and for you, your needs goals, and ongoing success.
When it comes to PR agencies, does size matter?
Oleander PR is a small agency, but does it mean it’s small in it’s media rolodex and ability to take on big projects?
It’s always better to be a big client in a small agency, than a small client in a big agency.
However, this isn’t always the case. Sometimes larger teams can lead to a less personalized experience for the client, with information and priorities getting lost in translation.
While size is a factor, it definitely isn’t everything — and it shouldn’t be a deal breaker if you’re looking for a reputable, effective PR agency. In fact, being small could be one of the agency’s biggest advantages. It’s not the size of the agency that matters but how we help amplify the message of our client.