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www.thestudionouveau.comLaura Sullivan | Founder + Principal

Laura has been a communicator from the very start of things. A great storyteller and funny as hell, Laura’s love of language, a great story, and loving people were only a few of the reasons behind creating Drive PR + C.

From Shakespeare to health and beauty to financial services, Laura’s career has been a varied one with each position molding her current role as Drive’s manager of mirth. She is energized and passionate about guiding small businesses through the changing world of public relations and communication by creating simple strategies for success.

Things that keep her ticking on a daily basis: weather of any kind, language (both poetic and foul), amazing food, 18 holes, social media, traveling, a belly laugh, a full DVR, a perfect pour of scotch & porcelain owls.

 

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Liz Pruyne | Associate

Liz graduated high school by the skin of her teeth. Not for her grades (she made mostly A’s!) but for her extreme tardiness senior year. She made it through though – sprinted across that stage and went on to pursue Radiology. She soon realized that a life in the lab wasn’t for her and moved on to working with children. She had little ones on the brain for ten years until she took the plunge into PR helping to coordinate all things Drive on a daily basis. Besides kids, Liz loves skinny vanilla soy lattes, a manicure, Lana Del Ray, Instagram, crafting, a good workout, and her sisters. She lives with her husband where they plan to continue growing deeper roots. Liz’s real goal? To open an ice cream shop someday.

 

 

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Rebecca Bradshaw | Associate

Rebecca came to PR after working non-stop in the theatre community as an arts administrator and producer. Her knack for connecting people to people and ease in a fast-paced environment made the leap to PR a perfect fit. She appreciates a well-constructed email, an image that stays with you longer than you want, and a healthy dose of office antics. When Rebecca isn’t scootering (think Vespa, not Razor) from work to rehearsal, she enjoys mandatory no-phone weekends, sharing a whiskey with other artists, and watching Poirot with her boyfriend and cat.