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Johanna J. Ramos-Boyer

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JRB COMMUNICATIONS LLC

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JRB COMMUNICATIONS LLC

Company Description

JRB Communications, LLC specializes in publicity efforts for serious non-fiction publishing, documentary and feature television programming, public relations for non-profit organizations, and project management. Drawing on her political background and non-pr... more

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Employment History

Vice President of Public Affairs

Catalyst Inc


Project Manager for the National Geographic Channel Fifth Anniversary Party

The Explorers Club


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Johanna Ramos-Boyer

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Johanna Ramos-Boyer
Johanna Ramos-Boyer President of JRB Communications, LLC Johanna Ramos-Boyer specializes in publicity efforts for non-fiction, fiction and children's publishing, and documentary and feature television programming, public relations for non-profit organizations, and project management. Services include media strategy and execution, satellite radio tours, press kit development, and government affairs expertise. Ramos-Boyer currently oversees all radio interview scheduling and outreach for the National Geographic Channel. During the Summer of 2007, Ramos-Boyer was the on-site communications coordinator for the filming of the National Geographic Channel special, The Human Footprint which aired in April 2008. She coordinated all communications efforts between talent, the production company and the Channel. She also oversaw staffing, travel, and onsite media relations. In January 2006, Ramos-Boyer was the project manager for the National Geographic Channel 5th Anniversary party at the Explorers Club in New York City. The party featured world famous National Geographic Explorers in Residence and, in the spirit of National Geographic, an array of live exotic animals for guests to get acquainted with including a python, bush baby, and penguins. In the Spring of 2004, Ramos-Boyer was the project manager for the National Geographic Channel (NGC) special "Return to Titanic" which followed the historic expedition of explorer Robert Ballard as he returned to his most famous discovery - the wreck of the RMS Titanic. To meet the challenges of broadcasting live from 12,000 feet below the surface of the North Atlantic Ocean, Ramos-Boyer coordinated the efforts of numerous expedition partners including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the University of Rhode Island, Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration, Partisan Pictures, the JASON Foundation, and the National Geographic Society. The one-hour special was broadcast to NGC's largest audience until that time. Additional NGC projects have included project management of the NGC premier event for Inside the U.S. Secret Service, NGC Day at the Central Park Zoo 2005 and press kit development for NGC series Crittercam and NGC specials Return to Titanic, In The Womb, In the Womb: Animals, In The Womb: Multiples, and Search for the Ultimate Survivor, and Inside 9/11. Ramos-Boyer has provided expertise on a variety of non-profit projects including communications outreach for Outward Bound for Veterans and communications management for the National Geographic Society April 2005 launch of The Genographic Project, expansion of authors and publicity efforts for the Baltimore Book Festival and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library. Book publicity experience includes the areas of non-fiction -- military, political, foreign affairs, legal, children and families, medical, religious, business/financial, wildlife and outdoors, inspirational/self-help, and fiction mystery and children's books. Projects include: Drawing on her political background and non-profit business experience, Ramos-Boyer works with clients to achieve maximum exposure both nationally and on a local level. She regularly works with network television and radio producers as well as with news and feature editors and journalists throughout the country on media placement. When planning a new project, Ramos-Boyer works with clients to develop a wide-reaching plan that will maximize attention and organization for their projects. She provides a flexible range of services to meet the specialized and financial needs of each client by offering: After leaving USDA, Ramos-Boyer worked for U.S. During her nearly three years with Senator Mikulski, Ramos-Boyer managed communications for the $90 billion VA/HUD Appropriations Subcommittee of the U.S. Senate. After leaving the U.S. Senate in 2001, Ramos-Boyer went to New York City as Vice President of Public Affairs at Catalyst, a non-profit organization focused on advancing women in business. At Catalyst she directed all media and public relations efforts, the organization's speakers' bureau, and the staging of Catalyst events. She is an expert in work/life issues, corporate diversity strategies, flexibility in the workplace, and strategies for advancing women in business. Ramos-Boyer has also consulted with Fortune 500 corporations on how best to communicate their diversity efforts to both internal and external audiences. While at Catalyst clients included Unilever and Merrill Lynch. Ramos-Boyer earned her Master's degree in Political Management from George Washington University and her B.S. in International Politics at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. She lives in Fairfax Station, Virginia with her husband, Tom and two sons, Michael (13) and Tyler (11).


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Johanna Ramos-Boyer
JRB Communications, LLC 9011 Mountain Valley Road Fairfax Station, Virginia 22039 Phone 703.646.5137 Cell 703.400.1099


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JRB Communications, LLC


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Johanna Ramos-Boyer
JRB Communications, LLC Phone: 703.646.5137 Cell: 703.400.1099


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