Jordyn Palos, Founder
Jordyn Palos launched Persona PR from her Los Angeles apartment in 2010, and since then has established the company as one of the most prestigious, dedicated, and hands-on independent public relations firms in the entertainment industry today. With offices in Los Angeles and New York City, Persona PR has grown from a dozen clients that followed Palos when she left her previous PR job, to over two hundred clients in the talent, music, branded lifestyle, and corporate space.
Palos' client list includes a select group of award-winning actors from film and television, New York Times and national/international bestselling authors, various experts in the lifestyle space, comedians, production companies, films, and a handful of musicians. Palos' extensive media placements for her clientele range from late night talk shows, to blogs with millions of readers a day, to widely read print women’s interest magazines. Placements include: Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, ELLE, Glamour, Marie Claire, Allure, Harper's Bazaar, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Nylon, Seventeen, Teen Vogue, Vanity Fair, US Weekly, E! Entertainment, TV Guide, Sirius/XM Satellite Radio, The View, The Talk, Good Morning America, Access Hollywood, GQ, Men’s Journal, Wired, People Magazine, New York Magazine, Vulture, Redbook, and Time, to name a few.
In addition to working with national press in the US, Palos has garnered extensive relationships with international press over the years, spearheading campaigns in countries including [but not limited to] Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Canada, China, Sweden, and South Africa.
Palos holds a degree in Radio, Television, and Film with an emphasis in Electronic Media Management from California State University Northridge. Palos' educational experience provided her with the background vital to navigating the PR world: electronic media systems, media management, media message design, audience analysis, mass communication research, international broadcasting, new media, and more. During her senior year of college, Palos took an internship with an LA-based entertainment public relations firm and worked for that company for nearly five years before launching Persona PR. Prior to working in public relations, Palos worked in the music industry and developed relationships with managers and labels that would prove to be essential to her future work in the music-based, public relations world, including the companies Red Van Pictures, London Alley Entertainment and artists Paramore, The Rocket Summer, Tyga, and Panic! At The Disco, to name a few.