A seasoned professional with 8 years of communications experience, Adrianne possesses expertise in marketing and public relations as well as broadcast having worked as an on-air radio talent.
As an Account Executive at Comunicano, Adrianne manages communications for several clients across various sectors including tech, telecom, mobile apps, social networks, mHealth, v-tail and wine.
She handles research, planning and pitching for conferences, awards, and to the media and bloggers. She also monitors social media accounts and activities, manages client websites and blogs, as well as reports on client stories in the media.
Formerly an Associate Communications Manager with Terlato Wines International, the leading importer of Italian wine in the US, she managed several brands within the International Portfolio. There she successfully launched Shimizu-no-Mai, the first ever sake to be marketed by Terlato. Prior to working in the Wine & Spirits industry, Adrianne led College Radio Promotions for Excess dB Entertainment. During college she worked as an on air talent for WSOU 89.5 FM, Seton Hall’s award winning Pirate Radio station. In her experience, Adrianne has garnered press in the Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle and Washington Post, among others.
From an early age, Adrianne was fascinated by the marriage of Communication and Psychology. She graduated from Seton Hall University earning a BA in Communications with a Psychology minor. Currently she is pursuing a Master’s degree in Communications Management from USC Annenberg.
A fiercely proud Jersey City native, Adrianne was blessed to come up in one of the most interesting corners of the world. Venturing beyond city limits she has also experienced the pleasure of traveling abroad. Surrounded by diversity and with NYC in her backyard, she was exposed to various cultures and developed a passion for the arts. She loves to paint, draw, write and take photos. Music is her backbone – she couldn’t live without it. At some points in her life, she enjoyed pretending to be a musician – a frivolity sometimes revisited. In 2010, Adrianne relocated to Southern California to see what all the hype was about. She currently resides in Oceanside, CA. When she’s not working she spends her days dealing with her two frisky dogs, and enjoying refreshing surf sessions.