Jackie Pantaliano has more than 25 years of proven expertise gaining widespread, positive publicity for a diversity of clients. Known for uncovering unique aspects that even surprise ImPRessions’ clients, we have a nose for news trends and a way with words that enable us to brand our clients to best attract media and public interest.
Our Media Contacts say we have great story ideas, and are very reliable and responsive. These media representatives will even proactively reach out to Jackie for story ideas or interview sources. Dawn Heefner, a producer at the local Philadelphia ABC-TV affiliate, refers to Jackie Pantaliano as “a gem.” After Jackie thanked Celeste Whittaker, Courier-Post reporter, for her online and front page, top-of-the fold print feature story about one of Jackie’s clients, Celeste responded: “Well great story pitch! I did my best to present it well. Thanks!” Noted South Jersey columnist and feature writer Sally Friedman, calls Jackie a “miracle worker.” Girlfriendz Magazine editor Tobi Schwartz-Cassell considers Jackie one of her magazine’s “best feature writers.”
Jackie Pantaliano is a consistent contributor to FamilyAffaires.com, an online resource community providing expert content for families in transition.
Our Clients find our service professional, friendly and personalized with the highest level of ethics. Our persistence and creativity repeatedly pays off. If we can’t get in one door or with one technique, we get in another. Read our National and SJ/Phila Testimonials and Success Story pages.
Jackie Pantaliano’s career began in 1984 at PR agency, Ardrey Inc. in Edison, NJ, before moving on to one of New Jersey’s largest full-service agencies. At Gilbert, Whitney & Johns, Inc. (currently Brushfire, Inc.) in Cedar Knolls, NJ, Ms. Pantaliano rapidly moved up the ranks to account supervisor, receiving two promotions in four years. The six years prior to launching her business in 1996 were spent as director of Public Relations at NAPL, the National Association of Printers & Lithographers in Teaneck, NJ (currently Epicomm, in East Rutherford, NJ).
An honors graduate from Douglass College, Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, NJ, Jackie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a Communications and Sociology concentration. She achieved the designation of Certified Marketing Executive (CME) from the NAPL Management Institute at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.
Service & Leadership
Jackie served as the former public relations representative for the Tri-County South Jersey Chapter and the Morris County Chapter of the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO). She is also a former board member with ASPEN (Asperger Syndrome Education Network), an organization for which she also spent four years as chapter leader for Camden and Burlington Counties. During that period, Jackie elevated the chapter to the fastest growing chapter in New Jersey. She additionally has served on the Communications Committee of Congregation M’kor Shalom, in Cherry Hill, NJ, publicizing large community events and news.