WHY PRSA? Since I began writing for newspapers after college, I needed to build my public relations knowledge during a transition early in my career, beyond what my communication major offered. PRSA provided me with continued education, accreditation, a mentor, resources, leadership opportunities and a way to give back to my profession.
Jenny Corsey, APR is an independent consultant with Corsey Communications in San Diego and provides strategic communications counsel and content development. Her clients have spanned several industries, including technology, healthcare, consumer, automotive, public affairs, education, energy, transportation and more. Jenny specializes in writing, editing, strategic planning and content development. Her fifteen years of communications experience includes agency, publishing and print journalism.
Jenny’s brands served include Toyota Motor Sales, Turner Broadcasting, SolarCity, St. Joseph Health, GreatCall, BJ’s Restaurants, Edmodo, Financial Engines, EDF Renewable Energy, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Kofax, PKWARE, Orange County Transportation Agency, ReadyOC and many more. She has secured media coverage for her clients with Today, The Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, The New York Times, USA Today, Associated Press, Fortune, Entrepreneur, CNN International and Anderson Cooper 360, PC Magazine, The Ellen DeGeneres Show and hundreds of other outlets. Jenny’s work has earned multiple awards, including a PRSA Silver Anvil Award, PRSA Bronze Anvil Award and a PRSA chapter Best in Show award.
Before transitioning into public relations, Jenny reported on issues ranging from human trafficking to stem cell research for The Washington Times and wrote for local papers, magazines and a publishing house in Atlanta. She has served on boards and committees for three PRSA chapters, including a role as Accreditation & Ethics Chair for OC/PRSA and as the PRSSA Liaison for Biola University. Jenny earned a B.A. in communication and a minor in journalism at Messiah College where she graduated cum laude and served as the newspaper’s editor-in-chief and the communication society’s president.