Jennifer Moire

Arlington, VA USA

Professional Experience

A seasoned communicator, blogger and media relations outreach specialist who gets up to speed quickly on issues and can work independently. Storyteller and content creator who can leverage news opportunities to advance organizational objectives. Takes an inquisitive and campaign-style approach to projects. Skilled at identifying targets and ghostwriting bylined articles, blog posts, letters to the editor. Launched independent PR practice in 2007. Served as contributing blogger to WebMediaBrands' AllFacebook and SocialTimes blogs, covering the intersection of politics and social media during 2012 and 2010 elections. Adept at pitching both national and regional media, across traditional media and digital platforms.


8 Years
Other, Specify
17 Years
14 Years


11 Years
Business (general)
15 Years
10 Years


Broadcasting - News - Cable (National)
3 Years
PR (firm) - Small to mid-sized corp. clients
9 Years
PR (in-house) - Fortune 1000 corp. clients
5 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

18 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues (6-10), Harvard University Press (1-2)

Other Work History

Contributing blogger to MediaBistro's AllFacebook and SocialTimes blogs from 2011 to 2013.

Technical Skills

Limited Web design and set-up.

Foreign Language Skills


Computer Skills

Word, Excel, iWork, Cision, Vocus, PR Newswire, WordPress, tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram


MacBook, MacBook Air, iPad mini, iPhone with accessories for recording sound and video.


Available Upon Request


Digital Journalist: Breaking News & Analysis, Blogging

A selection of blog posts as a contributing writer to WebMediaBrands AllFacebook blog.
A sample blog post representing the type of stories I covered for the WebMediaBrands' blog.

Personal: Food, Travel and Health/Wellness Blogging, Bylined Art

My personal musings, photos and thoughts on food, travel, politics, media and public relations, not in that order.
An article summarizing my nearly month-long trip to Kona, Hawaii, where I explored the local food scene, including the island's namesake coffee.