About

Amy Kovar, APR

Amy is a creative, insightful leader who brings fresh thinking, sound strategies and an enthusiasm for helping clients reach their goals. She has more than 20 years of public relations experience and has cultivated relationships with a growing list traditional and news media outlets, earning her clients placements in publications including the LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Fast Company and more. A self-described accidental entrepreneur, she founded Gray Public Relations in 2005 and almost immediately, her risk taking paid off. The firm has managed close to 100 client engagements, many of which have been multi-year, long-term campaigns. An active member of the community, Amy dedicates time to counsel nonprofit organizations, providing strategic direction and leveraging relationships to help them better align their mission with their messaging.

 

Jaime Brousse

As an account executive at Gray Public Relations, Jaime Brousse provides the firm’s clients with public relations, integrated marketing and social media services. In addition to her media relations experience with the agency, Jaime served as news producer at WKRN-TV News 2, the ABC affiliate in Nashville and with PR Newswire, where she managed client relations and edited financial earnings reports and press releases for an array of Fortune 500 companies. Jaime’s writing experience includes creating content for the agency and as a contributor to The East Nashvillian magazine. She is a journalism graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What clients are saying:

 

“Gray Public Relations has managed our company’s PR and marketing since 2010. We’ve been very pleased with Amy’s responsiveness, quality of work and ability to juggle numerous projects simultaneously. She’s a valued member of our team.”

– Jimmy Granbery, chairman and CEO, H.G. Hill Realty Company

 
 

“Amy and her team have managed PR and marketing for our largest fundraiser – Eat the Street Food Truck Festival – since 2012. In addition to drawing large crowds to the event each year, she has helped elevate awareness of our program and most recently, assisted us in the rebranding of our name.”

– Elaine Beeler, board president, 21st District Recovery Court