Marjorie Comer is an award-winning public relations professional. Clients love Marjorie’s work ethic, speed, and diligence. She has worked with Axia Public Relations since October 2011.
At Axia, Marjorie serves as a public relations consultant for the PR firm’s national clients. She’s a skilled writer and works hard to ensure the firm’s clients receive the white-glove experience. She also blogs about public relations trends and best practices.
Earned media coverage for clients appearing in Forbes, Chief Executive, Entrepreneur, Yahoo! Home, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, HuffPost Home
Received the Radiance Award, PRSA Sunshine District
Received the PRestige Award, Public Relations Society of America, Tampa Bay Chapter
Received the Golden Image Award – Golden Image, Florida Public Relations Association
Received the Golden Image Award – Judges' Award, Florida Public Relations Association
Received the Award of Distinction – Image Award, Florida Public Relations Association Tampa Bay
Received the Golden Image – Judges' Image Award, Florida Public Relations Association
Content marketing certification, HubSpot
Inbound certification, HubSpot
Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, Rockhurst University
Major in communication, media track
Minor in theology
Being a mom keeps Marjorie busy outside of work. When she isn’t chasing after her two youngsters, she’s probably doing one of the following:
Spending time exploring with her husband, Sean
Updating her home in Joplin, Missouri
Watching or talking “Star Wars” with her son
Taking walks in the neighborhood
Being involved in the Joplin Area Catholic Schools system
Marjorie and Sean spent several years on the East Coast while Sean was in the U.S. Navy. In 2016, they made their way back home to Missouri; and now they’re just 2 1/2 hours from their hometown of Kansas City. They have two children, Henry and Penelope. Nearly 5 years old, Henry loves Star Wars, while Penelope currently enjoys having big brother Henry make her laugh.
She’s known her husband since she was 14 years old.
She loves football – playing and watching it.
She has an EpiPen for fire ants!
Her parents named her after both of her grandmothers.
She has two first names in addition to a middle name.
She knows that follow-ups matter.
She loves to read.
“When Harry Met Sally”
“Jesus Christ Superstar”
“Beauty and the Beast”
“The Sound of Music”