Jenny Miranda’s Bio


Jenny Marie Miranda is a PR Executive Consultant and has been in the public relations industry for over 10 years. She has experience working with a wide range of clients in lifestyle, fashion, health, beauty, fitness, consumer health, corporate communications, healthcare, law, B2B, pharmaceuticals, parenting, book tours, technology (apps), entertainment and more. After she climbed the ladder at some of the most competitive agencies in NYC, she decided to take a leap of faith and start a business of her own. Known for her “can do” attitude, and strategy before execution, Jenny has successfully secured media placements for clients in top-tier magazines, newspapers, online, as well as regional and national television shows including; NBC’s TODAY Show, Good Morning America, Bethenny, Access Hollywood, The Insider, The Better Show, The Daily Buzz, Good Day New York, Gossip Girl, FOX Business and many more. With the overwhelmingly boom of the digital age, she always made sure social media was part of her expertise and has a deep understanding on what it takes to raise awareness online through PR SEO. In 2011, she was awarded “Woman of the Year” in Public Relations by the National Association of Professional Women. She currently resides in Manhattan and penning her first book, Distorted Image, a philosophical satire due out in 2018.

In addition to her role as CEO of JMPR, Jenny is also a contributor for The Huffington Post, covering topics in marketing, business, social media trends, Fashion Week and NYC-centric news. Click here to read Jenny’s articles on The Huffington Post.


Jenny Miranda Public Relations, LLC

New York, NY

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