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.

Leslie Clark Dagg

Account Supervisor

Joined Bianchi PR:

2000

Education:

BA – Communications / Public Relations, University of Michigan

Experience:

Nearly 15 years of B2B PR experience representing clients across various industries, specializing in working with automotive, technology and manufacturing companies and media. Proven results in promoting brands and sustaining ongoing PR campaigns for a variety of clients such as 3M, BASF, FRIMO, PPG Industries, Snap-on Tools, SunTel Services, TRW Automotive and Universal Technical Institute.

What I like about Bianchi PR:

It’s the best group of people anyone could work with. We’re true friends who work hard and laugh hard.

Favorite PR Success:

Not so much a singular event but rather the overall experience of getting to work with great people from so many global companies and getting to learn and achieve goals alongside them every day.

My role here:

I manage a few key client accounts and provide overall PR counsel, media pitching, interview coordination, event support, press release and media material content writing, media training, and more. Plus I oversee our company’s e-newsletter BPR PeRspectives.

For fun I:

Spend time boating, swimming and doing other outdoor activities with my husband and family at Walloon Lake in northern Michigan whenever possible. I also love trying out new local restaurants with friends and spending too much time surfing iTunes and Sephora on my iPad.

People would be surprised to learn that I:

Am probably taller than they are. And I could read at the college level by 9 years old, which I feel balanced out my complete disdain for math classes!

Favorite quote:

“Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” – Abraham Lincoln