MEET JAMIE WATT ARNOLD

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

Since joining PROFILES in 2005, Jamie has been highly successful in advancing client messages through strategic communication and marketing programs. In her role as senior vice president, Jamie manages media relations programs, coordinates special events, develops grassroots marketing initiatives and handles social media efforts for a variety of clients in addition to supporting the business’ daily operations and business development efforts.

Before beginning her career at PROFILES, Jamie spent two years at Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group in the publicity department where she secured media coverage for authors, coordinated special events such as book signings with bookstores nationwide, maintained media clips and organized review copy mailings to media outlets across the country.

Jamie graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2005 with a degree in communication. She is from Harleysville, Pa., just outside of Philadelphia and now resides in Crofton, Md. Jamie currently serves on the board of directors for Building STEPS, a Baltimore-based non-profit that exposes underserved high school students to science and technology-based careers. She is also a member of the Baltimore Public Relations Council.

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INDUSTRIOUS. CONGENIAL. DEDICATED. SMART.

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EXPERTISE

MARKETING

Sharing your successes with those who matter most.

PUBLIC RELATIONS

Reaching editors, producers, policymakers, think tanks, nonprofits, activists, and influencers.

EVENTS

Coordinating openings, celebrations, press briefings, groundbreakings, ribbon cuttings and more.

HONORS

BEING HEARD BY YOUR AGENCY JUST GOT EASIER.

Through innovative media relations campaigns, Jamie has obtained national coverage for clients on NBC’s Today Show, ABC’s 20/20, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, as well as in the New York Times.

In 2015, The Daily Record recognized Jamie as one of their Leading Women, a recognition that honors women 40 or younger for the tremendous accomplishments they have made so far in their career. Jamie was also recognized as one of PR News’ “15 to Watch” in 2011, which honors budding PR leaders and creative practitioners, age 30 and under, from around the world. Her work with the American Craft Council and Gregg Bernstein garnered two “Best in Maryland Awards” from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).

What separates the good agencies from the great agencies are those that make it about you, and not about them. Jamie takes time to listen to what her clients are looking for so no time is wasted in getting them the results that make a big impact.



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