Decades of journalism experience, combined with years of corporate and nonprofit experience come together to give WordWrite's team a unique, valuable blend of public relations experience.
As master storytellers, WordWrite helps its clients first answer burning questions about their business and develop story fundamentals. Then, leveraging its experience and expertise in media relations, employee communications, executive communications and investor relations, WordWrite positions its client in a way that allows them to tell their authentic story to the audiences who most need to hear it.
Find out who our key players are and how their experiences come together to create WordWrite Communications. To meet WordWrite's team, please click on the links below.
Jeremy is a former journalist who put his storytelling skills to work as a public relations professional at a private boarding school, a fine arts
Hollie once dreamed of becoming a television journalist and spent her first couple of years in college focusing on broadcast. She became enamored with public relations and still works with journalists every day, doing exactly what she loves.
Born and raised a meticulous planner, writer and problem solver, Erin was destined for a career in public relations from the start. After completing several PR internships during college, Erin was offered her first position at a marketing communications firm and loved it.
Robin Rectenwald focuses on strategic media relations and social media for her clients at WordWrite. Robin previously served as the director of public relations at Veterans Leadership Program and as an account executive at Jampole Communications.
A storyteller since he learned to speak, Dan produces a range of content for WordWrite and its clients as well as manages The Pittsburgh 100 as brand journalist. Like other members of the firm, his experience in news journalism has prepared him to help share our clients' stories.
For more than 20 years, John Durante has served dozens of clients in the health care, pharmaceutical and business-to-business sectors. He brings deep expertise in strategic marketing, market research and business communications to provide distinctive client value to every WordWrite engagement.
Prior to joining WordWrite, Marc spent nearly 30 years as the principal of Jampole Communications. Jampole’s clients included Fortune 500 corporations, high tech companies, nonprofit organizations and professional service firms. Marc has received numerous regional and national awards for his advertising, public relations and financial communications work.