(W)right On Communications Welcomes New Team Members, Office and International Partnership

by | Oct 14, 2021

(W)right On Communications has added three new team members, a new downtown San Diego address for its head office and joined the International Public Relations Network (IPRN), a global network of more than 50 independently owned and managed communications and public relations agencies in over 40 countries.

The new hires, downtown location and global relationship are investments in the resources, accessibility and global reach needed to serve (W)right On Communications’ growing roster of client partners.

Newly appointed Director of Creative Services Felicia Watson draws on more than 20 years of diverse creative experience to lead all agency creative capabilities including branded print and digital graphic design, videography, photography, animation, motion graphics and emerging creative technologies.

Senior Communications Strategist Parker Little brings more than a decade of agency experience and is focused on client partners in the luxury hospitality, senior living and education sectors. Little has a passion for cultivating creative co-branded partnerships, organizing large-scale media events and cross-promotional event activations, developing crisis communications plans and creating engaging content that resonates with audiences to generate big buzz.

Communications Coordinator Jen Moynihan supports the (W)right On team and a wide variety of client partner programs with an emphasis on media relations, social media campaigns and other project coordination. Moynihan brings more than six years of experience as a television news anchor in California, Texas and Colorado media markets.

“Felicia, Parker and Jen are terrific new team members who bring key capabilities to drive our client partners’ success,” says Grant Wright, CEO. “Our careful and strategic growth continues to ensure that we have world-class communicators for world-class client partners making an inspiring difference in their respective industries.”

The agency has also moved its headquarters from La Jolla to downtown San Diego offices. Taking the circular 27th floor near the top of the iconic Emerald Plaza towers complex at 402 W. Broadway, the agency chose the location with client partners and team members in mind given its proximity to easy road, rail and air access.

(W)right On Communications has also been welcomed into the prestigious International Public Relations Network (IPRN) based in Madrid, Spain. IPRN members are distributed across more than 50 major cities around the globe.

“(W)right On Communications has client partners coast to coast in North America, one in Europe and several with global communications needs. IPRN extends our reach worldwide wherever our client partners need us to be,” said Wright.

“We continue enlarging our global presence and have expanding representation in one of the most important states in the U.S. and economies of the world, California,” said IPRN President Luis Gonzalez in welcoming (W)right On Communications to the network.

About (W)right On Communications

Founded in 1998 with client partners coast to coast, (W)right On Communications is an award-winning integrated strategic communications firm with offices in San Diego, Los Angeles and Vancouver, B.C. With a mission to elevate the agency experience for its client partners, employees and the industry plus a focus on creative and measurable results, (W)right On Communications serves organizations in complex and unpredictable business environments working with business innovators, hospitality and tourism leaders and the not-for-profit and public sector. (W)right On Communications has been named one of America’s Best PR Agencies of 2021 and is a member of IPRN, a global network of more than 50 independently owned and managed communications and public relations agencies in over 40 countries.

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