We’re an independent PR firm with offices in San Francisco and New York. Our content-led approach to PR combines storytelling and innovative thinking, backed by data. We help technology brands turn their innovation into stories that build a solid foundation for market leadership and growth.
We’re a collaborative team that knows how to come together, have fun, and get things done. We know that the talent we attract will always be our best asset.
Fred Bateman has been in technology-focused public relations for 25 years, and has guided Bateman Group through 10+ years of steady growth by staying true to his vision “to make a bigger market impact for a more select group of companies.”Read More...
Talent at work: Saying inappropriate things at inappropriate times
Secret weapon: My savage wit, especially when turned on myself
Thing you’d never know: I don’t know how to swim
Fred Bateman has been in technology-focused public relations for 25 years, and has guided Bateman Group through 10+ years of steady growth by staying true to his vision “to make a bigger market impact for a more select group of companies.” A proven PR strategist and writer, he formed Bateman Group in 2003 with a goal of creating the agency of choice for startups and established market leaders alike — a different breed of agency where content development was a core competency instead of a liability.
In 2007, PR Week named Fred to its inaugural “40 Under 40” list of PR professionals “who have achieved tremendous feats” before the age of 40. He is the principal architect behind Bateman Group’s people-first company culture and progressive workplace policies. By assembling and retaining a stellar team of the top communications strategists in the industry, Fred has seen Bateman Group grow into one of the most award-winning agencies in the United States.
Prior to founding Bateman Group, Fred spent seven years with FitzGerald Communications (acquired by Fleishman-Hillard in 2002), ending his tenure there as a senior vice president in the firm’s Silicon Valley office. Before FitzGerald, Fred was with Boston-based technology specialist Rourke & Company (acquired by MS&L in 1996). He began his career at The Weber Group of Cambridge, Mass. (now Weber Shandwick Worldwide) in 1991.
Fred is a proud graduate of Boston College and Boston College High School.
Tyler has nearly 20 years of experience providing strategic counsel to startups and larger brands, and still gets excited telling stories about the companies that are changing how we live, work and play.Read More...
Talent at work: Big ideas that make a bigger impact
Secret weapon: My hilarious doppelganger
Thing you’d never know: I was in a dog fashion show on Martha Stewart’s TV show
Tyler has nearly 20 years of experience providing strategic counsel to startups and larger brands, and still gets excited telling stories about the companies that are changing how we live, work and play. Starting as Bateman Employee #1, she leads the New York office and oversees the company’s Consumer and Innovation and FinTech and Commerce practices, counseling clients such as L’Oreal, Addepar, Ginkgo Bioworks, HyperScience and Relay Network. Previous clients include Prosper, Ticketfly, Recyclebank, Lightspeed, Wire, Schoology and Lookout. Tyler also strategically directs the agency’s Media Practice to instill our media first approach to all clients.
Tyler is best known for her creative, energetic approach to media and content campaigns that drive measurable business impact. She was a mentor for the portfolio companies of cleantech investor Greenstart, and spearheaded Bateman Group’s workplace mentorship relationship with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Tyler previously worked with myriad lifestyle, fashion and retail brands, and understands how to engage and activate through consumer media. Prior to joining the Bateman Group, she was a hedge fund analyst covering retail and technology. She started her career at FitzGerald Communications during the dotcom heyday, and enjoyed every ridiculous minute of it.
Tyler is the ringleader of the Williams College mafia at Bateman Group. Her pug Hudson is a permanent fixture in the New York office, as are the trials and tribulations of her two very spirited little boys growing up in NYC.
A big thinker and strategist, Paula has more than 20 years of experience growing early-stage and enterprise technology brands.Read More...
Talent at work: Passion for people and their potential
Secret weapon: Professional gypsy…has done it or knows someone
Thing you’d never know: Supporter of independent thinkers and creators
A big thinker and strategist, Paula has more than 20 years of experience growing early-stage and enterprise technology brands. Previously, she held senior positions at marketing and advertising technology companies, including Impact Radius, an enterprise marketing software suite, and Commission Junction, the world’s largest affiliate platform.
At Bateman Group, she leads the media and marketing practices with a unique ability to inspire her account teams and clients, including AdRoll, Invoca, Segment and Urban Airship. An admirer of words and images, she appreciates how together they are able to communicate and transform how we think about culture, people, products and our world. With this focus, she serves as the managing director of the agency’s in-house content studio.
In the past, Paula led PR campaigns for clients as the director at Antenna Group, including JamBase, Jigsaw (acquired by Salesforce) and Lending Club. Paula also dedicates her talents to WeOwnTV.org, a Sierra Leone non-profit that gives young filmmakers and media entrepreneurs a digital platform to share their stories.
As a proud Gaucho, she graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Elinor’s career path was laid out early. After she wrote a short biographical essay (which not surprisingly, focused on the family dog), her sixth-grade teacher told her she would be a writer.Read More...
Talent at work: Tapping the inner writer in everyone
Secret weapon: Self-effacing enthusiasm
Thing you’d never know: Lover of Hacker culture and long-time Burner
Elinor’s career path was laid out early. After she wrote a short biographical essay (which not surprisingly, focused on the family dog), her sixth-grade teacher told her she would be a writer. And so it came to be; Elinor got a master’s degree in journalism and worked as a professional reporter and editor for 22 years for the Associated Press, Reuters, IDG, The Industry Standard and CNET/CBS Interactive.
In 2012, she joined the Bateman Group to lead the budding content practice and help with media relations strategy. She has overseen the expansion of the Bateman Group Content Studio to include a team of full-time writers and content wizards, leads media training for clients, and serves as in-house journalistic filter for all types of communications. Elinor keeps tabs on all things security related as part of her work in the company’s burgeoning Trust practice group. She also continues to write about the tech industry and helps produce panels, parties and other influencer events on behalf of Bateman Group.
In her spare time, Elinor focuses on communications related to animal protection and rights issues and spends time with dogs.
She graduated from the University of Arizona and was one of the few students who actually made it to the early morning classes.
With more than eight years of PR experience spanning both the tech and federal sectors, Matt plays an integral role in the New Stack, Trust and Fintech practices out of Bateman Group’s New York office.Read More...
Talent at work: Bridging the gap between clients and account teams
Secret weapon: Snack packs
Thing you’d never know: Certified SCUBA diver
With more than eight years of PR experience spanning both the tech and federal sectors, Matt plays an integral role in the New Stack, Trust and Fintech practices out of Bateman Group’s New York office.
Prior to Bateman, Matt was an account manager for LEWIS PR in San Francisco, where he worked with a mix of enterprise technology startups and larger tech brands including Microsoft and VMware. Matt has placed clients in top business and technology publications, including Bloomberg Businessweek, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC and The Economist.
In his spare time, Matt loves to hike, write and travel; he once spent six months doing all three across Southeast Asia and the Middle East, which he covered on his blog.
He holds a B.A. from George Washington University, and still holds out hope that they’ll one day revive their college football program.
With a knack for strategy and eye for details, Amy helps companies shape and share their stories with whatever tool is most appropriate for the job, whether that’s an artful guest post, thoughtful data campaign or methodically placed article.Read More...
Talent at work: Connecting the dots between clients and tech culture
Secret weapon: Observation and empathy—for clients and coworkers
Thing you’d never know: Was into bodybuilding once. Ask her chiropractor.
With a knack for strategy and eye for details, Amy helps companies shape and share their stories with whatever tool is most appropriate for the job, whether that’s an artful guest post, thoughtful data campaign or methodically placed article.
In addition to her account leadership at Bateman Group, Amy also serves as managing director for the company’s growing Media Practice. Her industry focus areas include development tools, mobile, security and marketing tech.
Prior to Bateman Group, Amy ran marketing for a handful of startups in the Bay Area including mobile testing company Appurify (acquired by Google) and also worked at agencies including theMIX agency (Code School and RockYou were clients). She also worked at Bateman Group before she left to pursue startups for a few years. She couldn’t be happier to be back in Bateman’s fold.
Off the clock, you’ll find her doing yoga and wandering around the streets of Brooklyn.
Amy graduated magna cum laude from University of Oregon with a degree in Public Relations.
With both consumer and enterprise chops, Victoria’s passion is bridging the gap between complex technologies and the stories that resonate with media.Read More...
Talent at work: Office bartender
Secret weapon: Pairing the right wine with (almost) any situation
Thing you’d never know: Has a film credit as a stunt double
Victoria brings nearly a decade of strategic communications experience to her work at Bateman Group. With both consumer and enterprise chops, Victoria’s passion is bridging the gap between complex technologies and the stories that resonate with media. As a trusted leader, she guides and mentors her teams to think big and learn every day.
In her work with Area 1, AdRoll, Notion AI, Fastly, and others, Victoria brings an eye for developing the right strategy for the right campaign to garner impactful results. Her experience in building thought leadership programs has secured big wins for her clients, including placements in Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies list, Inc.’s 30 Under 30, regular broadcast appearances on CNBC and Bloomberg West, and bylines in top-tier outlets and pivotal industry trades.
Victoria joined Bateman Group from SutherlandGold Group, where she spent nearly five years working with startups like Jaunt Virtual Reality, Xamarin (acquired by Microsoft), Chegg, Level Money, Shuddle and Sunrun.
A Bay Area local, Victoria graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in Journalism and a minor in English Literature. You can usually find her out building up her backpacking resume, sampling new wines or curled up with a good book…or all three at once!
With deep knowledge of data center infrastructure, cloud and other enterprise technologies, James helps Bateman Group clients identify and craft compelling stories that matter to their businesses.Read More...
Talent at work: Crafting stories that people want to read
Secret weapon: Concision
Thing you’d never know: Cycles up mountains for fun
With deep knowledge of data center infrastructure, cloud and other enterprise technologies, James helps Bateman Group clients identify and craft compelling stories that matter to their businesses.
James cut his teeth as a journalist at the Quincy Patriot Ledger newspaper south of Boston, where he bemused locals with his strange English accent while reporting on fires, traffic accidents and local politics. He then spent 20 years as a technology reporter and editor for IDG News Service in San Francisco and Paris.
James joined Bateman Group in 2016 to help evolve enterprise strategy for the content studio and media teams.With rich experience as a journalist, he identifies newsworthy angles to pitch reporters and produces a range of editorial content including thought leadership articles and blog posts.
Born in London, James graduated from Boston’s Northeastern University with a degree in history and journalism. When he’s not at work, you can often find him on his bicycle riding through the hills around Marin and Oakland.
Sarah brings a dedication to client service, creative media strategy and undying persistence to each account she works on.Read More...
Talent at work: Tenacious story hunter
Secret weapon: Playing office DJ
Thing you’d never know: Was once a competitive figure skater
Sarah brings a dedication to client service, creative media strategy and undying persistence to each account she works on. At Bateman Group, she manages teams for clients that span both the consumer and B2B spaces including Gingko Bioworks, Invoca and Animoto. She also leads the agency’s awards program.
Sarah came to Bateman Group from MSL Group, where she conducted PR and internal communications for brands including Citibank, Heineken and QlikTech. She cut her teeth at Weber Shandwick doing media relations for Microsoft and Honeywell.
When she’s not working, you can probably find Sarah at the front row of a concert or running the streets of Brooklyn.
Sarah earned her bachelor’s degree in Communications from the University of Texas at Austin and will always be a Texan at heart. Hook ‘em!
An enthusiast for the written word who prides herself on aggressive project management, Jen brings both marketing and communications experience to her role at Bateman Group.Read More...
Talent at work: Embracing challenge
Secret weapon: Oversized Post-its and peanut butter oatmeal
Thing you’d never know: Classic cinema buff
An enthusiast for the written word who prides herself on aggressive project management, Jen brings both marketing and communications experience to her role at Bateman Group. She manages account work for clients in the Trust and Media and Marketing practices including App Annie, Code42 and LinkedIn.
Prior to joining Bateman Group, Jen managed robust customer marketing and PR programs for SAP-owned cloud-based HCM company SuccessFactors and video collaboration company Polycom. Jen got her start as a middle and high school English teacher as a Teach for America fellow, which she credits for equipping her with the gift to handle almost any situation with grace.
When not furiously writing and strategizing, Jen is usually at a yoga class, reading veggie food blogs (although rarely cooking) and dreaming up creative ways to stay warm in SF.
Jen graduated with a B.A. in English from University of Pennsylvania.
With a passion for writing, storytelling and technology, Candice brings her experience in communication and project management to Bateman Group.Read More...
Talent at work: Keeping teams and projects highly organized
Secret weapon: Color-coordinated email labels and iced coffee
Thing you’d never know: Studied nutrition and runs a healthy food blog
With a passion for writing, storytelling and technology, Candice brings her experience in communication and project management to Bateman Group.
During her first stint with Bateman Group from 2013 to 2016, Candice honed her skills in media relations, analyst relations and managing data campaigns with clients such as LinkedIn, Sitecore and Netskope.
After taking time off to pursue an education in nutrition, Candice re-joined Bateman Group in January 2017 from her home in Portland, Oregon. She currently manages teams for New Stack and Media and Marketing clients, including Campaign Monitor, Platform9 and Virtustream. She has a particular interest in telling stories through data, and can often be found digging into research reports and analyzing share of voice stats for her clients.
Prior to Bateman Group, Candice managed internal communications programs for the Federal Reserve System.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and advertising from Chapman University. In her spare time, she enjoys running, rock climbing, cooking up new recipes for her blog and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
Grace brings her lifelong love of planning to Bateman Group’s fintech, digital commerce and healthcare practices.Read More...
Talent at work: Mobilizing the dream team
Secret weapon: Obscure grammar knowledge
Grace brings her lifelong love of planning to Bateman Group’s Trust, Fintech and New Stack practices, driving strategic media campaigns that map back to the goals that matter most for clients. Her current clients include Addepar, Netskope and Ginkgo Bioworks.
Grace got her start in healthcare and hospitality PR, and honed her technology skills at Highwire PR’s San Francisco office where she worked on a variety of B2B and digital health accounts.
When she’s not delighting her teams and clients at work, Grace is checking new restaurants off a lengthy excel tracker and embracing all the Brooklyn stereotypes she can, vinyl records and homebrew included.
Grace has a B.A. in Political Science from Whitman College.
Hanna is a straight shooter with a knack for synthesizing complex ideas into simple concepts and building strong, authentic relationships with clients and media.Read More...
Talent at work: Office therapist
Secret weapon: Podcast arsenal
Thing you’d never know: Has lived and worked in Turkey, Belize and Guatemala
Hanna is a straight shooter with a knack for synthesizing complex ideas into simple concepts and building strong, authentic relationships with clients and media. Voraciously curious, Hanna works on accounts across practice areas — including CODE2040, Google, Gusto and Taulia — adding value by drawing connections between them and relevant trends. Hanna brings strong writing skills to all of her client work, and she also manages Bateman Group’s social media strategy and execution.
Previously a Senior Marketing Manager at a Bateman Group client, Get Satisfaction, Hanna has an intimate understanding of client needs and the bigger role PR plays within the marketing ecosystem. She earned a BS in Journalism from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and briefly worked at an English-language newspaper in Istanbul, Turkey before returning to the US to kick-start a career in tech marketing. When she’s not in the office, she prefers to be traveling or on her bike, chasing sunshine or (as is the case on most San Francisco days) fog.
A lover of strategic planning and creative storytelling, Puneet brings six years of high-impact PR and marketing expertise that helps clients achieve their communication and business goals.Read More...
Talent at work: Staying calm in stressful situations
Secret weapon: Inserting 90s boy band trivia into unrelated conversations
Thing you’d never know: Sang in an a cappella group in college
A lover of strategic planning and creative storytelling, Puneet brings six years of high-impact PR and marketing expertise that helps clients achieve their communication and business goals. At Bateman Group, she has applied those talents to clients in the Media and Marketing and Future of Work practices, including QuickBase and Relay Networks.
Prior to Bateman Group, Puneet worked with a variety of technology and consumer brands at Hill + Knowlton and SHIFT Communications, representing enterprises like Salesforce, Deloitte and CA Technologies as well as smaller martech and consumer startups.
When not in the office, Puneet can be found browsing bookstores, writing short stories and watching Bollywood videos online.
Puneet has a Master’s in Public Relations from Boston University. She also has a Bachelor’s in English literature from University of Delhi, India.
Known for seeing the big picture and the small details, Bill has 20 years of experience partnering with technology brands at every stage — from stealth to Fortune 50.Read More...
Talent at work: Distinguished engineer, coffee + content
Secret weapon: Seeing around corners
Thing you’d never know: You’ll never know
Known for seeing the big picture and the small details, Bill has 20+ years of experience partnering with technology brands at every stage — from stealth to Fortune 50. He runs Bateman Group’s west coast operations and serves as chief counsel to clients in our Future of Work, Marketing Technology and Trust practices, including AdRoll, Campaign Monitor, Google, HackerOne, LinkedIn, Netskope and Ping Identity. Bill created Bateman Group’s Content Studio and was the lead architect behind our content-led, data-driven PR system.
Prior to joining Bateman Group, Bill was vice president of marketing for a media startup, where he led all marketing, licensing and distribution strategy around the company’s filmed entertainment properties. Before that, he managed product PR and corporate communications for some of the Internet’s pioneering brands, including AOL and Netscape, while working at A Good Seed Production, Blanc and Otus and Niehaus Ryan Wong.
Bill began his career in public health, directing a federally funded nonprofit grant for several years before being appointed to serve as a Special Assistant to San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the San Francisco Education Fund.
Bill lives in San Francisco with his wife Kate and their sons Ben and Sebastian.
He graduated from St. Lawrence University with a B.A. in political science and writing.
For nearly 20 years, Syreeta has offered strategic public relations guidance to technology companies in industries ranging from enterprise hardware, software, and storage, to social networking, mobile apps, video games and consumer electronics.Read More...
Talent at work: Evolving tech innovation into business impact
Secret weapon: Schramsberg sparkling wine
Thing you’d never know: Honed presentation skills doing singing telegrams
For nearly 20 years, Syreeta has offered strategic public relations guidance to technology companies in industries ranging from enterprise hardware, software, and storage, to social networking, mobile apps, video games and consumer electronics. She has advised both major global corporations and startups on the use of communications to meet critical business objectives.
At Bateman Group, Syreeta manages a diverse mix of startup and fast-growth clients including App Annie, Code42, Google Cloud Platform, LinkedIn and ZenPayroll.
She comes to Bateman Group from Lewis PR, where she was vice president and GM of the San Francisco office overseeing the Splunk account, among others. Prior to that, she was a managing director for the Connected Technologies Practice at SparkPR, with clients including Rdio, Skype and Sony PlayStation.
Syreeta is also a local performer, and can be spotted singing in bars, cafes, local theaters and at private functions with her a cappella group, TonicEffect.
Syreeta is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego.
Known for landing fast results and her outstanding client service ethic, Shannon leads the agency’s organizational development initiatives.Read More...
Talent at work: Building teams that match client needs and personalities
Secret weapon: Seeing things from multiple perspectives
Thing you’d never know: Left-footed soccer player
Known for landing fast results and her outstanding client service ethic, Shannon leads the agency’s organizational development initiatives. Aligning her clients’ business goals with creative, aggressive campaigns is a strength and passion of hers, and she brings this enthusiasm to all her client and agency work.
Shannon co-leads Bateman Group’s Trust Practice and has worked on all of Bateman Group’s security clients since joining Bateman Group in 2007. Trust clients including Area 1, CloudPassage, Google, HackerOne, Ping Identity and Recorded Future, give her ample opportunity to maintain relationships with influential reporters, analysts and event producers. While her primary focus is on the security space, Shannon enjoys the challenge of digging into new industries to offer a fresh perspective, and also supports Future of Work and Marketing Tech clients including Animoto, Campaign Monitor and Google.
When she’s not working, you’ll find her outside enjoying Mount Tamalpais, snowboarding in Tahoe, or boogying down at a concert. She lives in San Rafael with her husband and two sons.
Shannon graduated from Williams College and built character warming the very cold benches for the women’s soccer team.
A seasoned communications strategist with 14 years of experience in media and public relations, Rachael forged her early career in broadcast journalism in Sydney, Australia.Read More...
Talent at work: Straight-shooting
Secret weapon: Australian accent
Thing you’d never know: Can perform handstand push-ups on demand
A seasoned communications strategist with 14 years of experience in media and public relations, Rachael forged her early career in broadcast journalism in Sydney, Australia. In 2006, after several years as an Australian political reporter she became the Macquarie Radio Network’s youngest and first female news director before pursuing senior public relations roles in Government, sport and non-profit sectors.
Prior to joining Bateman Group, Rachael was an associate director at Media and Capital Partners, managing PR strategy, media relations, training and crisis communications for a portfolio of Australian startups across consumer technology, fintech and digital health.
Her global perspective and passion for unearthing great stories is now helping clients like Area 1 Security, Campaign Monitor and Taulia reach new heights.
Rachael has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of Western Sydney and a Graduate Diploma in Radio Broadcasting from the Australian Television and Radio School.
Jennifer has lived and worked out of both Bateman locations, leaving her heart in San Francisco, and getting no sleep ’til Brooklyn.Read More...
Talent at work: Extreme multi-tasker with a flair for fun
Secret weapon: Ability to rock the color purple
Thing you’d never know: Cupcake connoisseur
Jennifer has lived and worked out of both Bateman locations, leaving her heart in San Francisco, and getting no sleep ’til Brooklyn. She combines a diverse skill set of recruiting, event management, and strong business acumen, with a fondness for growing small businesses into fun, thriving places to work.
She wears many hats at Bateman Group and is in charge of hiring talent, making sure the office vibe is flowing, stocking the refrigerator, and managing agency finances.
Prior to Bateman Group, she worked at a leading boutique staffing firm recruiting for direct hire placements; she also unleashed her creativity as an event planner and developed her financial skills working in senior management for the financial services sector for 15 years.
She currently lives in San Francisco but likes to think she is bi-coastal, wishing she had an apartment still in NYC and a private plane to take her back and forth. Thankfully her family keeps her grounded.
She graduated with a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and holds a Masters in Business Administration from Pepperdine University.
An avid consumer and creator of stories in all forms, Leigh Ann helps B2B technology brands translate technical capabilities into compelling, targeted narratives for the media.Read More...
Talent at work: Client confidant
Secret weapon: Boundless curiosity
Thing you’d never know: Proud bookworm
An avid consumer and creator of stories in all forms, Leigh Ann helps B2B technology brands translate technical capabilities into compelling, targeted narratives for the media. At Bateman Group, she combines this passion for storytelling with thoughtful strategy, servicing brands including Fastly, Narvar, Tegile Systems and Virtustream.
Leigh Ann joined Bateman Group from Lewis PR’s San Diego location, where she immersed herself in the world of enterprise technology. She gained diverse experience working with both startups and publicly traded companies across analytics, wireless and marketing tech sectors including InterDigital, Information Builders and Certona.
Leigh Ann is always looking for her next adventure. These days, when she’s not geeking out about software, you’ll find her purposefully getting lost in her new home city of San Francisco and attempting to try every restaurant within city limits.
Leigh Ann earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations from Boston University, and remained in the city until the winters finally scared her away.
Ben brings a commitment and thoughtfulness to his accounts that has been recognized by his clients, peers and leadership alike.Read More...
Talent at work: Cracking jokes while putting out (figurative) fires
Secret weapon: The Hold Steady
Thing you’d never know: Obsessed with Arsenal
Ben brings a commitment and thoughtfulness to his accounts that has been recognized by his clients, peers and leadership alike. Across his teams, he is said to be a team player that can be counted on, and his humor is an attribute that all are quick to mention. He quickly gains client trust and has delivered with his pen and pitch. He has immediately brought innovation to the agency with specific feedback on collaboration, technology and organization improvements.
Ben brings a wealth of experience to our marketing, developer, mobile, consumer and growing financial practices. He joins Bateman Group from App.net, where he was the head of marketing.
Ben is a new dad and will show pictures of his son to anyone who shows even the slightest interest. He graduated with a B.A. from Stanford University.
Lauren delivers media savvy attention to thought leadership content and story development.Read More...
Talent at work: Telling stories in new ways
Secret weapon: Sweet, sweet dance moves
Thing you’d never know: Still learning how to ride a bike
Lauren delivers media savvy attention to thought leadership content and story development. She’s a founding member of Bateman Group’s Content Studio and serves as a storyline consultant for clients across the agency. Her writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, AdWeek and other top industry publications.
In addition to driving content strategy for clients including Google, AdRoll, Campaign Monitor, Invoca and Urban Airship, Lauren is managing editor of Bateman Group’s blog.
Lauren combines in-house and agency communications experience from her work at Electronic Arts and LaunchSquad, where she counseled clients in consumer, marketing and enterprise technology industries.
A recent Brooklyn transplant, Lauren enjoys debating the merits of San Francisco and New York, and spends the weekends exploring her new home. She also writes creative nonfiction. Check out her stories on Medium.
Kerry is known for her eternally optimistic outlook, strong work ethic and love for street food.Read More...
Talent at work: Turning complex technology into compelling stories
Secret weapon: Ability to run fast in four-inch heels
Thing you’d never know: Has a wicked backhand and considered going pro
Kerry is known for her leadership, eternally optimistic outlook, strong work ethic and love for street food. She also leads the agency’s professional development initiative.
As a senior member of the Future of Work and Trust practice teams, Kerry provides counsel and strategic media relations across the agency’s cloud, security and datacenter infrastructure clients, and has oversight on the team managing product reviews, customer PR, speakers’ bureaus and award pursuits. Her aggressive media relations and product awareness campaigns have generated coverage in national business, tech and science publications like The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, WIRED and Popular Science as well as vertical publications in the finance, defense, IT health and energy sectors.
Kerry hailed from Liaison PR, where she worked with animation and graphics companies like NVIDIA, Kaydara (now Autodesk) and Luxology (now The Foundry), and was instrumental in developing the agency’s enterprise practice.
Kerry graduated from University of Oregon with a degree in both Communications and Journalism. She enjoys running, traveling, and a really good cup of coffee.
With a passion for helping clients tell their stories to the masses, Elise brings a decade of PR experience to Bateman Group with wide expertise across B2B and consumer clients.Read More...
Talent at work: Anticipating what you’re thinking before you say it
Secret weapon: A zen workspace with fresh flare for inspiration
Thing you’d never know: Can whip up a mean charcuterie plate in minutes
With a passion for helping clients tell their stories to the masses, Elise brings a decade of PR experience to Bateman Group with wide expertise across B2B and consumer clients. She manages accounts within the future of work and growth tech practices including AdRoll, Invoca, Smartsheet and Pramata.
Previously, Elise worked at Method Communications, where she helped the Salt Lake City-based agency get its start in San Francisco, and at DKC in New York City where she worked on a range of consumer and entertainment accounts.
With an early knack for producing events, Elise jumped into event PR after college but quickly shifted her focus to media and strategic communications as she fell in love with the news cycle and the behind-the-scenes of a good story.
On the weekends, you’ll find her paying homage to her mountain roots spending time outdoors and crossing off her never ending list of Bay-Area bars and restaurants to explore.
Elise has a B.S. in Mass Communications from University of Utah.
Homegrown at Bateman Group, Katrina has specialized in security, mobile and data-driven accounts since her intern days.Read More...
Talent at work: Getting it done in crunch time
Secret weapon: Knowing when to let it go
Thing you’d never know: Sports and cheese enthusiast, often simultaneously
Homegrown at Bateman Group, Katrina has specialized in security, mobile and data-driven accounts since her intern days. She’s worked tirelessly to elevate brands and tell unique and compelling stories for brands ranging from mobile communications apps, to recycling rewards programs, to enterprise storage and IT security.
At Bateman Group, Katrina leads Bromium, enSilo, Google Cloud Platform, HackerOne and RedOwl accounts, with a particular interest in security technologies that are disrupting the status quo and keeping CISOs employed.
Katrina packed her bags for Portland, Oregon, in 2015 where she currently lives with her chigi, Jojo. When she isn’t working, she can be found beer tasting, cooking or strolling through the Oregon Zoo. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism with a concentration in public relations from University of Oregon. Go Ducks!
A big idea-generator, Katie appreciates great storytelling and brings a strategic lens to building and telling narratives that help clients achieve their communications goals.Read More...
Talent at work: Spotting the next big story
Secret weapon: Observer who’s not afraid to color outside of the lines
Thing you’d never know: Insatiable appetite for standup comedy
A big idea-generator, Katie appreciates great storytelling and brings a strategic lens to building and telling narratives that help clients achieve their communications goals. A core member of Bateman Group’s Media Practice, Katie digs deep into client technology and has a knack for quickly understanding how to make stories matter for readers, journalists and her clients.
A five-year Bateman Group veteran, Katie sharpened her media chops across a range of trust, media and marketing, and future of work teams and today specializes in security and data-driven campaigns. She has worked with Area 1 Security, Bromium, Ping Identity, enSilo, Netskope, Qualys, EyeVerify and CloudPassage among others. Katie brings a strategic approach to media relations in her work with clients and the press, from idea creation to execution.
Katie is constantly seeking new things to learn, embarking on adventures or giving foodies a reason to cook. A Bay Area native, she loves the city life in San Francisco and the nature in its backyard. Katie has a bachelor’s degree in public relations from Gonzaga University.
Shannon serves Bateman Group as the heart of its operations, ensuring the lights are on and our people are well taken care of each and every day.Read More...
Talent at work: Taking care of everyone
Secret weapon: Kill ’em with kindness
Thing you’d never know: Passion for interior design and entertaining
Shannon serves Bateman Group as the heart of its operations, ensuring the lights are on and our people are well taken care of each and every day. She oversees the day-to-day operations of the agency, including employee benefits, professional development, and agency marketing and provides support to the senior management team.
Shannon gained her agency management experience at Evans Partners, initially on the client service side and ultimately running operations, where she was instrumental in growing the agency from two employees to 20 and increasing annual billings ten-fold.
Shannon further honed her organizational, negotiation and management skills at Bridgeview Properties, where she managed complex multi-home real estate development projects in addition to raising twin sons and serving in a variety of board positions for the public schools and local charities.
Shannon has a passion for entertaining and is known among her friends for her parties.
She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Oregon. Go Ducks.
E3THOS is Bateman Group’s shared commitment
to building a mindful business.
We’ll take care of you and make sure you are healthy and happy.
Whether you want to sit on a beach or take a road trip, you’ll get vacation time to keep you refreshed and motivated.
You’re investing in your career with us so we want to make sure your future is secure. We’ll contribute to your 401K by matching your contributions with 3% of your salary.
Work and life need equal attention. So if you need time off for your family or have a health issue that needs to be cared for, we’re here to support you.
You’ll get a year-end bonus so that you know that your good work hasn’t gone unnoticed.
Our agency is a place to stretch and build new skills. Everyone gets an annual fund to take a course, attend an industry conference, or advance their skills.
From rollerblading with our client AdRoll to rock-climbing events, we relax with each other and celebrate our hard work.
Our culture is about building each other up. One of the things we do together is volunteering for worthy causes. You’ll get paid for our volunteer days and feel pretty good about giving back too!
Bring your dog. Wear your favorite t-shirt. We’re serious about doing great work but like to keep the office casual. Dress like you!
We’re always looking for new talent. You’ll get a bonus if we hire someone you refer. The same goes for any new business you bring to the agency.
We invest in building a culture that helps people grow, contribute, and do great work. From mentorships with senior staff to a supportive and non-hierarchical culture, we’re a place where the best ideas get heard.
We'd never do anything exceptional if we just followed the standard path. Our clients lead their markets and some of our greatest wins have come from doing things differently. That's where you fit in, and we're excited to meet you.
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