Jessica Rothschild

Senior Director

As an agency leader and methodical problem-solver, Jessica is one of the original JPR NYC team members. Jessica teaches her teams to go?way?beyond the purview—by showing them, not just telling them. Because that’s the way the media Jessica is the next best thing - a passionate, results driven, forward thinking publicist that leads every account she touches to success.?

Jessica is a gifted conversationalist, punctuating the newsiest of details and consciously tailoring each conversation to her audience. The foresight: it’s equal parts listening and tireless research on behalf of clients and the media with whom she interfaces. As a result, she’s gained traction as a tastemaker, earned insider status with press and won placements to prove it.?

One example of Jessica’s work is her leadership of the years-long PR campaign for The Chanler, a 20 room historic hotel at the start of Newport’s famous Cliff Walk. Leading the charge, the last 6 years has seen over 100 media placements each year along with global accolades including The Chanler as CNN’s most Romantic Hotels in America, Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards, Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards and U.S. News &?World Report Best?Hotel Rankings.

Relationships are everything in the PR biz, and Jessica’s client connections run deep. Consider it the DNA of a visceral publicist, never hard-selling but instinctually charting inroads to share what’s new, now and next—be it the opening of Savannah’s first five-star experience, Perry Lane Hotel, one of five Ritz-Carlton Hotels & Resorts she represents, or the award-winning Twin Farms, ranked the #1 resort in the Northeast by Travel + Leisure.?

Jessica was recently named one of PR News' Rising PR Stars 30 Under. ?

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