BoardroomPR Opens New York Office and Secures Hayley Brooks as First Hire

by | Aug 15, 2019

BoardroomPR, one of Florida’s largest public relations and integrated marketing agencies, announced the opening of a new office location in New York City. The opening marks their seventh office nationwide, with other locations in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; Miami, Fla.; Orlando, Fla.; Tampa, Fla.; West Palm Beach, Fla. and Aspen, Colo.

“We are incredibly excited to have expanded our presence on both the east and west coasts,” said BoardroomPR Founder & CEO, Julie Talenfeld. “It is a truly thrilling time for the firm and we can’t wait to expand our reach and our client base nationwide.”

Inaugurating the New York office is the newest BoardroomPR hire, Hayley Brooks, who will serve as the firm’s Storyteller. In this role, Brooks will work with BoardroomPR’s clients across their storytelling needs to help them craft and tailor their narratives toward specific goals. She will also work directly with Talenfeld on special projects.

“Hayley is a rare talent and an incredible storyteller,” said Talenfeld. “We are thrilled to have her at BoardroomPR to kick off our new New York office.”

Brooks has a background in entertainment, journalism, personal essay writing and public relations. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in creative writing and has also completed graduate-level coursework at Columbia University. She is a published author and has been featured in USA Today, Thought Catalog, The Daily Pennsylvanian, UWishunu, Glam, MarketingHQ, among others. Brooks has previously worked at Disney, Nickelodeon, Creative Artists Agency and DIGA Studios, and initially jumpstarted her career at BoardroomPR as a public relations intern.

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