The Power of People

Experience. Energy. Excellence.

These are the hallmarks of the Bianchi PR team – seasoned career PR veterans who do whatever it takes to help generate superior results for some of the best business-to-business automotive, mobility and related professional service firm clients in the world.

Our core account team includes:

Jessica Muzik, APR

Vice President – Account Service

Joined BPR:

1996

Education:

BA – Public Relations/Organizational Communications & MA – Public Relations, Wayne State University

Experience:

20 years of well-rounded PR experience across the corporate, industrial and community perspectives. Client experience includes trade groups such as the Automotive Industry Action Group, the Center for Automotive Research and SAE International, consultants such as Ricardo and Munro & Associates, and manufacturers such as TRW and Seton Leather.

What I like about Bianchi PR:

The family-like atmosphere, as well as the great group of co-workers, clients and media I have the good fortune of working with.

Favorite PR success:

While I’ve had the pleasure of having a variety of successes for clients, one of my favorite moments was collecting Capt. Jim Lovell (Apollo 13) from the airport for a client-related event. To have that one-on-one time talking space, NASA and Tom Hanks was pretty amazing.

My role here:

I oversee a number of the firm’s accounts, most notably Johnson Controls Automotive Experience. In this role I provide counsel, write, edit, pitch media, coordinate / oversee media interviews and more. I also contribute to new business development efforts and oversee some of the firm’s pro bono work.

For fun I:

Eat, drink and be merry with friends and family and capture it on it all on Canon. I’m a big time foodie and photog.

People would be surprised to learn that I:

Was on a local cable show called “Young Viewpoints” as a kid – where I worked both on camera and behind the scenes filming, editing, etc.

Favorite quote:

“Why not go out on a limb? That’s where the fruit is.” – Mark Twain