Gina began her career in New York City at FerenComm, where she worked on publicity campaigns for a variety of marquee television programs, such as “Sesame Street,” “Breaking Bad,” “Project Runway,” the “Real Housewives” series and “Mad Men.” (Yes, we’ll answer the obligatory question about whether or not she met “Mad Men” star, Jon Hamm. She did. And he said he loved her dress. We know. We hate her, too.) Gina came back to her hometown of the City of Brotherly Love and began working for reputable agency 160over90. Known for her creativity and lightening quick style, Gina is a powerful and valued extension of our clients’ marketing and PR teams.
Born In: Philadelphia, PA
Current Residence: Oreland, PA
Aliases: Reg, Gina Bean
Education: B.A. Writing/History from Loyola University Maryland
Family: Husband Sean and daughters Caleigh Marie and Nora Colleen
Proudest Professional Moment: Definitely NOT the time I had to escort an actor in a Jason costume around the annual Licensing Show at the Javits Center in NYC while wearing a pink “Friday the 13th” T-shirt and fake blood around my neck on behalf of my client New Line Cinema
Favorite Band: The Band
Dream Dinner Date: Don Henley (circa 1976)
Little Known Trivia Fact: I can perform a mean (read: enthusiastic but barely in tune) version of “Lodi Dodi” by Snoop Dogg.
Desired Work-Related Superpower: Ability to know exactly the right time to call a reporter to get them on the phone
Best Media Placement: Front page of USA Today
Saturday Cartoon I Loved as a Kid: “The Snorks”
Starbucks Order: Grande nonfat latte (Every. Single. Day.)
I Googled haiku
Because I forgot the rules
Of how to write one.