Paris Kissel is a savvy communications specialist with a wide-ranging background in media relations and social media. Kissel uses her ability to write creatively and to think critically to devise optimal communications strategies and to reach target audiences for her clients.
Since starting her career in communications, Kissel has secured media placement in top tier publications and has established effective working relationships with reporters and media representatives. As an Account Supervisor, she has overseen accounts spanning from international associations to national law firms. Her work has been diverse and spanned globally from the world’s leading government technology contractors, corporate crises, to the world’s top luxury fashion brands.
Kissel is a published advocate for LGBTQ+, domestic violence and mental health issues. She serves as a board member and community outreach coordinator for The Survivant Organization (TSO), a non-profit dedicated to eradicating domestic and sexual violence. She serves as a communication leader for the DC NEDA Walk Committee to raise awareness and funds for the National Eating Disorder Association. Kissel graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Mass Communications and Media Studies from Arizona State University.