ABOUT WYNNE COMMUNICATIONS
Julie Jacobs is the driving force behind Wynne Communications. She is an award-winning writer and editor with extensive experience reporting on health and lifestyle issues, philanthropic and social-outreach initiatives, and film and entertainment for numerous national, regional and local publications. She also has crafted website/SEO copy, newsletters, brochures, press releases, blogs, testimonials, directories and more for a diverse client roster that includes health care institutions, nonprofit organizations, private medical practices and small businesses. Her copy is interesting, informative and intelligently written, and it always arrives on time. Julie’s work has appeared in publications that include: American Way, Working Mother, USA Weekend, Moving Pictures, MovieMaker, Filmmaker, TheCredits.org, ARRIVE, American Profile, Parenting, Redbook, New York Daily News, The Star-Ledger, Inside Jersey, Diversity in Action, New Jersey Monthly, New Jersey Life, Lifestyles, Art Business News, Paste, Imagine, Shelterforce, Creative Living, Family, NYC Plus, Telescope, NYCitywoman.com, The Independent, New England Entertainment Digest, Cableview, Long Island Nightlife, Doctor of Dentistry, Silk Purse Women, Outlook on Health, Overlook View, Suburban Essex Magazine, Suburban Home & Garden Resource Guide and Union County Voice. She has interviewed physicians, medical experts and scientists, as well as business professionals, social changemakers and film and television personalities.
Since the inception of Wynne Communications, Julie’s clients have included:
Beth Israel Medical Center,
St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals,
Long Island College Hospital, The Mount Sinai Medical Center, Somerset Medical Center, Lighthouse International, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Mountainside Hospital, Overlook Hospital, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, JFK Medical Center, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, The Visiting Nurse Service of New York, Quinlan Publishing Group, Mercurio Associates, Diversity/Careers (Renard Communications), Jewish Federations of North America, Points Medical, New Jersey Health Foundation, Children's Specialized Hospital, LCG, Inc., The Children's Institute, and New Jersey Institute of Technology.