During my more than two decade career in public relations, approximately 10 years was spent in San Diego-based boutique agencies that specialized in technology PR and marketing. As a born “team player” I loved being a part of an account team that brainstormed, collaborated and worked towards the common goal of meeting our client’s goals and expectations. One thing I didn’t like about the agency world was the constant grind of staying within those clearly defined (and sometimes stifling) team roles and burning billable hours on tasks that did nothing to benefit our clients. The beauty of being a consultant is that I’m able to make my own rules. No longer bound to spending precious billable hours creating yet another spreadsheet, I’m able to work with my clients as an extension of their marketing team to create cohesive PR programs that are both affordable and results-oriented. For more comprehensive accounts, I’ll tap into the network of accomplished and reliable PR professionals and writers that I’ve cultivated over the past two decades. As a Scribner Communications’ client you’ll always get senior-level account management, which includes creating campaign strategy, content development, trade show speaking and awards programs, research, and media and analyst relations – and that’s a promise.

I hold a bachelor’s degree in journalism, with an emphasis in public relations, from San Diego State University.

Lori Scribner

Founder, Scribner Communications

Lori Scribner, Founder, Scribner Communications, full resume available below…

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