Near Perfect Media Appoints Emily Moran to Vice President


Emily Moran

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Birmingham-based public relations firm, Near Perfect Media, has recently appointed Emily Moran to vice president. The agency provides public relations, crisis management, and marketing services to corporations, professionals, and celebrities.

“Emily’s corporate and political communications experience will prove incredibly valuable at this stage in our growth, and in the future,” says Justin Near, president and founder of Near Perfect Media. “With her ability to secure impactful and relevant media placements, I know she’ll be a natural fit within our team, and a powerful member as well.”

Prior to her new role, Moran worked at MSLGROUP and Mullen, where she worked on the agencies’ General Motors Co. accounts for nearly six years. During her tenure, she provided strategic communications support, led storytelling activities, and developed media programs for several business areas including General Motors Fleet, General Motors Foundation, Chevrolet, GMC, and General Motors advanced technology communications.

“Drawing from a decade of experience, I look forward to helping Near Perfect Media clients tell their stories and connect with their audiences in creative ways,” says Moran. “Throughout my career, helping clients build their brand presence through earned media and a strong social media presence has always been my passion.”

Moran is a native of Grand Blanc and a graduate of Western Michigan University.

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