Prosek Partners Promotes Mike Geller to Partner

by | Jan 13, 2020

Prosek Partners, a leading independent public relations and financial communications and marketing firm, announced today the promotion of Mike Geller to partner.

Geller runs some of the agency’s largest traditional and alternative asset management accounts and has contributed to the firm’s steady double-digit growth since joining.

“Mike is a mentor and professional inspiration to so many at Prosek,” said Jennifer Prosek, Managing Partner. “His client counsel is spot on; his management of people is warm and nurturing; and his dedication to the firm is unparalleled. I couldn’t be prouder to call him a Partner.”

“I’ve been very fortunate to work with, and learn from, a number of highly-talented individuals and what I believe are some of the best and brightest minds in the financial communications industry,” Geller added. “As we embark on a new decade, Prosek’s future is as bright as ever. I am looking forward to further supporting our clients’ strategic priorities and contributing to our firm’s continued success.”

Geller joined Prosek two years ago, prior to which he was an executive vice president in Edelman’s Financial Communications & Capital Markets practice. Prior to Edelman, he led public relations for Royal Bank of Scotland’s investment bank in the Americas. Previously, he held senior corporate communications positions at Pershing LLC — a BNY Mellon company — and Cantor Fitzgerald. He began his PR career at Moody’s.

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