Area of Specialty: Media and Community Relations
Jennifer Bradley is celebrating six years at her own public relations company, JB Public Relations, and has a wide variety of clients in the healthcare, hospitality and real estate industries. Jennifer encompasses 19 years of media relations and community relations experience in Las Vegas with clients such as: Vegas PBS, Roseman College of Medicine, Boca Park Fashions, Cowabunga Bay Waterpark, NDL Group Inc., Institute of Real Estate Management, Echo & Rig Steakhouse and The Juice Standard. Jennifer is also the Las Vegas Bowl Huddle public relations chair for 2019. Her motto is, “Tell your story; before someone tells it for you.”
Prior to beginning her own woman-owned company, Jennifer has also worked as the public relations lead for clients at full-service agencies, including: HealthCare Partners, Tivoli Village, Ethel M Chocolates, American Addiction Centers, United Healthcare and Cancer Treatment Centers of America.
Each year, Jennifer chooses a charity to assist pro bono and has helped nonprofits, such as the Folded Flag Foundation and Veterans Village. Formerly executive director of Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada and The Lili Claire Foundation of Nevada, she continues to assist nonprofits, including Project Marilyn, Lion Habitat Ranch, Save Red Rock, Charity Series of Poker, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Jennifer’s daughter recently graduated with a public relations degree from Northern Arizona University and joined the company assisting with Save Red Rock.
Jennifer is the co-chair of the board for the American Cancer Society, Nevada and serves on the boards for the Sunrise Children’s Foundation, Create a Change Now and the Better Business Bureau Board. Committed to the community, Jennifer is also on the Women’s Executive Council and recently recognized by the Las Vegas Metro Chamber with a Business Executive Award. Jennifer’s awards also include the 2019 PR/Marketing Agency of the Year by the Silver State Awards, Women of Distinction and Humanitarian of the Year Award, and 40 Under 40 by Vegas Inc.