Engaged. We’re not talking marriage, but we are talking about building and maintaining relationships between you and your target markets. Marketing and media are the tenets of reach, influence and exchanging ideas. At The Prewitt Group, we locate people where they are, tap into their motivation, and engage them with relevant experiences.
So, do you want to partner with an agency that will immerse itself in understanding and helping to direct your communication needs? Do you want to be engaged with your target markets? (Pssst …. just say, “I do,” and let’s get started!)
Renee is an advocate of integrated communications, having seen how well the various disciplines—marketing, public relations, and digital media—overlap to effectively communicate a client’s brand to various audiences. As the principal of The Prewitt Group, Renee draws on her 25+ years of public relations and leadership experience to help lead change initiatives, develop and strengthen relationships among key internal and external publics and the media, and generate desired outcomes for your brand.
Her history supports this direction. She has worked in a number of strategic communications roles at organizations and agencies, including Marygrove College, GlobalHue and PowerPact. In each instance, she has partnered with teams of specialists that implemented diversity programs, integrated messaging across various departments, and communicated strategic and consistent brand messages, for clients like MDOT, HNTB, Parsons, FutureNet Group, Chrysler, U.S. Navy, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Internal Revenue Service, Sony, and Crime Stoppers of Southeast Michigan.
Until recently, she hosted a weekly talk show on 105.9 KISS-FM that focused on community relations, empowerment and books. She has authored four books: Taj Cleans the Garage, Malcolm Mows the Lawn (children’s books), From Morning Drive to Midnight, and In Celebration of Rochester. Renee is on the board of directors for The Children’s Center of Wayne County, and is a graduate and former Trustee of Leadership Detroit Class XXVI. She is also a recipient of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Spirit of Giving Award.