Jeanine is the Vice President at Motion PR and is an instrumental team leader and client steward. With a knack for strategic planning and execution, Jeanine passionately oversees many corporate and consumer clients, specializing in the legal industry and art institutes.
Jeanine has 10 years of combined experience in public relations, marketing, programs and events. Prior to joining the MPR team, Jeanine was at The Richard H. Driehaus Museum leading community and visitor relations, as well as launching, developing and overseeing special events and public programs, including “Murder at the Marble Palace” and “The Sounds of Season.”
Jeanine also served as an Account Supervisor at Ruder Finn in Chicago and worked her way through the ranks from an intern to a Senior Account Executive at Weber Shandwick Worldwide, representing well-known brands such as Kraft, General Mills, SC Johnson, the Wine Market Council, the National Dairy Council and “Got Milk?” Campaign.
Jeanine was born in Illinois but grew up out East. She returned to the Midwest to receive her B.A. and J.D. from Valparaiso University. Jeanine is an Indiana licensed attorney.
4 Questions with Jeanine Riedl
If you had three wishes, what would they be? 1.) Speak another language, 2.) own a floral shop, and 3.) live in a foreign country.
Why did you go into PR? I needed there to be more creativity and writing in my chosen profession.
Favorite person, place or thing in Chicago: Lincoln Park Conservatory–it’s always green and it’s free!
Favorite song to karaoke to? Two songs: It’s the End of the World (R.E.M.) or One Week (Barenaked Ladies)