Juliet Babros is a marketing communications professional with two decades of experience in creating and executing multi-faceted public relations campaigns. Her clients have included market leaders within healthcare, financial and legal services as well as consumer and children's products. She specializes in strategic PR campaign planning and development, thought leadership and expert positioning programs, media relations, social media, and content development for a full spectrum of PR and marketing communications needs. Juliet brings well-rounded expertise and perspective from creating and executing PR programs on the company side combined with experience in the fast-paced agency environment.
Juliet has been working with Merryman Communications since 2014. Previously, Juliet served as PR director at Kurtzman Carson Consultants (KCC), a premier provider of corporate restructuring administration services. In this role, Juliet planned and directed the company's PR programs and thought leadership initiatives, resulting in greater awareness and credibility among key stakeholders and business audiences. Her efforts achieved high-volume, high-caliber media coverage and awards, including Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Fox News, the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award and recognition as the Fastest Growing Company in Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Prior to her role at KCC, Juliet worked at leading PR agencies, Porter Novelli and The Blaze Company, and established her PR consulting practice, JB Communications, which she resumed in 2011. Throughout her agency and consulting career, she has spearheaded strategically focused public relations initiatives for a variety of healthcare companies including hospitals and healthcare providers, health insurance companies, healthcare consulting firms, and medical device/technology firms.
Juliet graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She also studied abroad at the University of Bordeaux, France, and she speaks French proficiently.