Emilie has more than 14 years of experience in technology public relations. As the leader of LPP’s Austin office, Emilie oversees client programs and new business initiatives for the office. She works closely with her clients to deliver result-oriented PR programs supporting client’s business goals and specializes in strategic media relations.
Emilie has led a wide variety of technology-based accounts since her arrival at LPP in 2003, including Skyonic, Aspen Technology, Valence Technology, Sterling Commerce, Zebra Imaging, Discera, LANDesk, Kodak and Freescale Semiconductor.
Emilie’s expertise lies in helping companies reestablish themselves as market leaders in the industry. She is well-known for helping her clients’ up-level technology news and drive thought leadership programs to gain visibility in top media outlets and has used her extensive list of media relationships to secure interviews and stories in Bloomberg, Forbes, Financial Times, The Economist, Reuters and CNET to name a few.
Most recently, Emilie was published in O’Dwyer’s PR Magazine around her thoughts on the changing landscape in clean tech and the significant PR opportunities that exist in this market.
Emilie is a recipient of a Bell Ringer award from the Publicity Club of New England for outstanding work on re-launching a semiconductor start-up company that resulted in over 100 original articles (twice as many as their closest competitor) and won runner-up in The Wall Street Journal’s Tech Innovation Awards.
Prior to LPP, Emilie worked as a marketing analyst for Tivoli Systems, a division of IBM, where she was instrumental in validating the expansion of Tivoli's current services into the vertical markets. Emilie earned a B.A. in mass communications with a concentration in public relations from Louisiana State University.
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"Getting real matters. Helping to align reality with reputation is key. This I consider very compelling. The time our team spends getting to know us is commendable." - LPP Client
"You have to understand the value of PR to appreciate the value of LPP. So I think this idea is meaningful to those who really appreciate the work it takes to align the right message for the right medium at the right time." – LPP Client
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