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Shelter PR Ups Jenny Tversky, Lauren Gold to Vice Presidents

Shelter PR has promoted Jenny Tversky and Lauren Gold to vice president.

“We are incredibly proud to recognize Jenny Tversky and Lauren Gold’s valuable contributions to Shelter PR by elevating their roles in the company,” Shelter PR partners Cara and Christine Tripicchio, and Marla Farrell said in a statement. “Through the years, they have demonstrated a consistent work ethic, a passion to grow their careers, and a commitment to servicing their clients at the highest level.”

Tversky joined Shelter PR’s New York office as a senior publicist in 2015. While working at Shelter PR, she has built a diverse client list that includes recent Emmy nominees Millie Bobby Brown, Betty Gilpin, Samantha Bee, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge; award-winning actress Christine Baranski; Tony-nominated actors Condola Rashad and Jonathan Groff; multi-hyphenate Hannah Marks; and breakout stars Julia Garner, Jacob Tremblay, Maddie Hasson, Virginia Gardner, Rohan Chand, and Gayle Rankin. Tversky also represents Bee’s Emmy-nominated late-night TBS talk show “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee.”

Tversky began her career at Wolf Kasteler Public Relations (formerly WKT Public Relations), where she spent eight years working on the publicity campaigns for key company clients, including Cindy Crawford, Damian Lewis, Laura Dern, Christoph Waltz, and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

Gold has been member of the Shelter PR team since its inception in 2014. As a Senior Publicist, Gold has grown a diverse client list that includes established and rising stars such as Tessa Thompson, Deborah Ann Woll, Anna Camp, Chelsea Peretti, Melissa Benoist, Debra Messing, and Katey Sagal; Tony-nominated Ashley Park; and talented young actors including Golden Globe nominee Katherine Langford, Debby Ryan, Ross Lynch, Haley Lu Richardson, Grace Victoria Cox, and Maddie Hasson and Rosa Salazar. She also represents a broad range of international talent including Sharp Objects’ Eliza Scanlen, The Good Fight’s Rose Leslie, Fantastic Beasts’ Claudia Kim, The Fosters’ Maia Mitchell and Lucifer’s Tom Ellis, among others.

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