Marjorie Comer is an award-winning public relations professional. She oversees and is actively involved with client relations and various client projects. Marjorie and her account team implement clients’ approved public relations plans in addition to handling any reactive needs. She has worked for Axia Public Relations since October 2011.
In 2014, the Florida Public Relations Association awarded Marjorie and Axia Public Relations a Judge's Award for the firm's franchise public relations campaign for client Brightway Insurance. The FPRA awards this honor for outstanding PR campaigns that achieve maximum results with a minimal budget.
Since beginning her tenure at Axia, Marjorie has assisted Axia Public Relations in receiving six awards through local and statewide chapters of the FPRA and the Public Relations Society of America.
Marjorie, a Kansas City, Missouri, native, joined the Axia team from Charleston, South Carolina, where she served as an editorial assistant for The History Press and its nine editors. Prior to The History Press, Marjorie worked at the GIS and Mapping Department under the direction of the Clay County Assessor in Liberty, Missouri. She also interned at Rockhurst University’s public Relations and marketing department.
A cum laude graduate of Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri, Marjorie holds a Bachelor of Arts in communication, media track. She currently serves on the national public relations board for the Theta Phi Alpha fraternity and is a senior editor for its alumna magazine. Marjorie currently manages her team remotely from Missouri, where she lives with her husband and son.
Marjorie's hobbies include running, reading, singing, acting and spending time with her family. Comer co-starred as Miss Morris in the Amelia Community Theatre production of “The Seven Year Itch” and served as stage manager for the Amelia Community Theatre production of "Love, Loss and What I Wore." Marjorie completed her first half-marathon, the Space Coast Half, in December 2012.
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What’s your favorite season?
What's something people might not know about you?
I almost always have a book with me because you never know when you might need something to read.
What’s your favorite movie?
"When Harry Met Sally"
Name one thing you would change about the English language:
I would change the words that are very similar that some people can't figure out, like “your” and “you’re” or “there” and “their.” Too many people struggle with these words, and I always want to copy edit their text messages, Facebook pages, etc.
Name three things you love:
Smiling, traveling, experiencing new things and spending time with my husband.
That’s four things.