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Ann-Marie Nieves' fascination with the power of the media began at age three, when she voraciously began reading newspapers to the point that her mother had to hide them from her. Her entrepreneurial instincts kicked in comparatively late - at the age of six - when she launched her summer camp's premiere gossip magazine. Other forays into publishing and feature writing throughout high school and college career ultimately pointed her to her professional destiny: public relations.

Ann-Marie is an award-winning communicator with experience across a broad range of industries in both the business-to-consumer and business-to-business sectors. She is a highly experienced communications strategist, social media specialist and copywriter who excels at launching new businesses. She has created successful campaigns for clients in industry sectors as diverse as non-profit, books/authors, health, pets, music, real estate, food, music, entertainment, "green" and education.

Ann-Marie has garnered placements in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CNN, NPR, Air America, Marketwatch, Fitness, Parade, Working Mother, Fox Business Network, and Oprah.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literature from Purchase College.

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RoseMarie Terenzio has worked in the fields of entertainment, politics, fashion and publishing in a public relations and marketing capacity for over a decade.

Ms. Terenzio worked with John F. Kennedy, Jr. from 1994 until his death in 1999. She was Kennedy’s executive assistant and oversaw his press and philanthropic causes. Additionally, she oversaw the marketing and publicity departments of George magazine. After Kennedy’s death in 1999, she worked with Caroline Kennedy on resolving John F. Kennedy, Jr.’s estate until 2000.

In 2000, Ms. Terenzio was hired by Vice President Al Gore’s presidential campaign to work on celebrity outreach. After that, she booked talent for and co-produced the New York Magazine Awards which aired on WNBC-TV. Ms. Terenzio then went to work with PR Consulting to oversee events for Narciso Rodriguez, Hermes and Viktor ∓ Rolf.

She expanded her public relations skills into talent management, booking actors on shows such as Sex in the City and Law Order and various Broadway and Off-Broadway shows.

In 2003, Terenzio produced the off-Broadway play, "Touch" starring Tom Everett Scott with the Women’s Project and Productions which received an extremely favorable review in The New York Times.

Ms. Terenzio founded RMT PR Management, a public relations and talent management firm in New York City in 2004. The firm’s clients include Nobu restaurants, Me & Ro jewelry, James Carville and Paul Begala, relationship expert, Steven Santagati, several fiction and non-fiction books and the Hope & Heroes Children’s Cancer Fund at Columbia University Medical Center, among others.

RoseMarie Terenzio serves on the board of Reaching Up, a non-profit organization founded by John F. Kennedy, Jr. in 1998 and as an advisory board member at Women’s Project and Productions. She lives in New York City.