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eReleases’ founder Mickie Kennedy started the company 14 years ago after working in a PR environment that was not meeting the needs of small- and medium-sized businesses and firms. He struck out on his own to build a company that would give smaller firms access to the newswire – with a personal touch. eReleases has grown exponentially since then and even works with big names now, but the spirit of Mickie’s original intent has not changed. eReleases delivers personal service and exceptional value to every customer, every time a release is submitted, at every price point.

Mickie lives in Baltimore County with his wife, son, daughter, and two feuding cats. He enjoys British science fictionand acknowledges an unhealthy addiction to diet soda.

Heather Fuller, Editorial Director

The first assignment Heather Fuller received in her first job out of college was to write a press release. For the next three years at the homeless shelter in Washington, D.C. where she was working, she burned the midnight oil faxing releases and making press calls as the point person for shelter press conferences, demonstrations and even the candidacy of the first homeless person elected to public office in the U.S.

By the time she joined eReleases in 2004, Heather had worked at three nonprofits, primarily writing grants; earned a master’s in creative writing; taught college English; served as Literary Editor of The Washington Review; consulted for WritersCorps; and published three creative works, the most recent of which The New York Times called “jagged and terrific” and named Editor’s Choice. As Editorial Director at eReleases, Heather is proud of its CauseWire arm for nonprofits and its customers who are pioneers in the small business community. She has written hundreds of releases, edited thousands more and managed release campaigns for customers around the globe.

In her free time, Heather enjoys exploring Charm City a.k.a. Baltimore, working on her fixer-upper and hanging out with her rescue dog and cats.

Andrew Crisp, Associate Editor

Andrew caught the word bug early, from a strange concoction of Brothers Grimm fairy tales, EC Comics, and Truly Tasteless joke books, before proceeding to more established fare, such as pro wrestling magazines, unauthorized rock n’roll biographies and tawdry paperbacks from the corner grocery store.

Upon graduating with the fateful English Literature degree from the University of Baltimore, he served time in the post-secondary education administration field and had a brief stint peddling quality sounds at an independent record store (one of the last standing – anywhere), before pledging allegiance to the eReleases empire.

When not dutifully concentrating on rendering clients’ news releases spit-shine clean, he can be found kicking around his hometown of Baltimore, along with his awesome wife.

Gary Thompson, Associate Editor

Gary graduated with honors from Towson University, where he double majored in English Literature and Japanese. As part of his program, he spent a year studying at Kansai Gaikokugo Daigaku foreign language school in Osaka, Japan, where he focused on language, culture, and how to navigate a nationwide train system. After dabbling in the cemetery trade (the family business), he started his editorial career writing and editing content for textbooks. His work primarily consisted of literary analysis in high school texts, but he also wrote for college-level business books and developed study guides for remedial grade school learners.

Gary lives in the heart of Baltimore City and does what he can to add to its counter-culture persona. He loves sci-fi, thinks She-Hulk is the best superhero, and would take a stack of blueberry pancakes over a steak any day of the week.

Now that you know who we are, we’d like to know more about you and your press release needs. Please give us a call at 800-710-5535!

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