Who We Are


Emily Reimsnyder, APR

Account Supervisor

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As an Account Supervisor at Bond Moroch Emily Reimsnyder works with a variety of clients in food and beverage, lifestyle and entertainment including the BUKU Music + Art Project, the New Orleans Film Festival, Mondo, Barcadia and PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans.

Since joining Bond in 2011, Emily has spearheaded public relations efforts for many successful projects and events in the film and music industry, including the Buku Music + Art Project, providing PR support for the electronic/indie music festival; the Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association and IATSE Local 478, leading a state-wide media relations campaign(s) to promote the film/entertainment industry’s positive economic impact; The Bowery Presents South, providing media relations support during the re-launch of the historic Civic Theatre in January 2013 after a nine-month renovation; and the Orpheum Theater, providing media relations support for the re-launch of the theater after devastation from Hurricane Katrina during Katrina’s ten-year anniversary.

Emily is a member of the Public Relations Society of America’s New Orleans Chapter, where she serves her second year as the organization’s Co-Awards Chair and helps to organize and spearhead the annual PRSA New Orleans Awards Ceremony. During her four years at Bond, Emily has been part of the team that has received multiple PRSA New Orleans Awards including two Silver Anvils—the organization’s highest honor— for her work with the Louisiana Film and Entertainment Association (2013) and Arana Taqueria y Cantina’s Tequila Society “Tequila Week (2015),” and three Awards of Excellence for the George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts (2013), the 2013 New Orleans Film Festival (2014) and the 2014 New Orleans Film Festival (2015).

Originally from Baton Rouge, Emily graduated Cum Laude from the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University in with a degree in Public Relations and a Minor in Business Administration.

Photography by Elizabeth Dondis