Jeremy leads the media-engagement practice within our marketing and communications team.
Since joining our team, he’s advised a long list of blue-chip companies (including Molson Coors, Mars Wrigley, Kraft Heinz, Target, and Fitbit) on earned-media strategy surrounding Super Bowl campaigns, product introductions, executive positioning, thought-leadership, and issues-management efforts. Thanks to his help leading our agency communications, PRWeek and PRovoke Media have recognized us repeatedly as an “Agency of the Year,” and Ad Age gave us a spot on their 2020 list of “Agency Standouts.”
Prior to joining the agency world, Jeremy spent a decade in journalism, reporting for the likes of Advertising Age, Crain’s Chicago Business, and SF Weekly. His journalism won multiple local, regional, and national awards, including a “Best in Business” honor from the Society of American Business Editors & Writers for his coverage of the financial scandal at newspaper publisher Hollinger International Inc.
Since 2013, Jeremy has served on the board of Students Publishing Company, the nonprofit that publishes the country’s best college newspaper, The Daily Northwestern. He also was an adjunct professor at Loyola University of Chicago’s School of Communication, teaching media relations.
He loves his wife, two children, and black lab.
B.S., Northwestern University
Mullman, Jeremy. (2018). Why PR needs journalists’ skills more than ever. PRWeek.
Mullman, Jeremy. (2018). So your campaign went viral. Now what? Earned Media Rising.
Mullman, Jeremy. (2012). How I got Bruce Springsteen to follow me on Twitter. AdAge.