KPS3 Announces Jena Esposito as Public Relations Manager

KPS3, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm, has hired Jena Esposito as public relations manager, bringing her knack for storytelling and love of problem-solving to the team.

Esposito started her career at Renown Health, where she raised her hand at every opportunity to learn about strategic communication, employee engagement, social media and media relations. Her time working in the healthcare industry during a global pandemic also gained her plenty of crisis communication experience.

“Jena has jumped right into her role at KPS3 and we are thrilled to have her here,” Nicole Shearer, public relations director, said. “Her passion for communications and storytelling is undeniable, quickly presenting itself in her work. I know our clients will be excited about working with Jena and that her work will make a positive impact for them and for the agency.”

Esposito graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.

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