For more than two decades, Nicole Junas Ravlin has advised companies of all sizes on their communications and marketing strategies and helped put those plans in motion. Having worked both in-house and on the agency side, she brings a unique perspective to the table and an understanding of how marketing can be used to drive sales, increase brand awareness, and attract the right talent to work on your team.

Clients are based across the US and Europe and span many industries. Current clients include Vermont Law School, Wake Robin, the University of Vermont Department of Continuing and Distance Education, Champlain College, Vermont Food Bank, Cambio Roasters, The Challah Box, Hula, Shady Grove Foods, Healthy Living, Shrubbly, Nordic Farm, and many others.

Nicole has lead programs in recent years for Bausch & Lomb, Conagra Brands, Au Bon Pain, Walkers Shortbread, John Wayne Cancer Foundation, The Republic of Tea, and many other nationally and internationally recognized organizations. In addition to her work with clients, Nicole speaks across the US on the ever-evolving field of public relations and has taught as an adjunct professor of public relations at Champlain College. She serves at the executive level on the Board of Directors for Vermont Public Radio and resides in Shelburne, VT with her two sons and their dog, Boggs.

Employment

  • Junapr
    President
    started May 2019

Represents

  • Founder at Shrubbly
  • Founder and CEO at Cambio Roasters
  • Associate Dean for Environmental Programs, Environmental Law Center Director, As at Vermont Law School
  • Chief Executive Officer at Wake Robin
  • Assistant Professor at Vermont Law School
  • President at Junapr
  • Founding Director of the National Center for Justice Reform and Justice Reform P at Vermont Law School
  • CEO at Healthy Living Market and Cafe
  • Vice President of Culinary at Healthy Living Market and Cafe
  • Founder & CEO at Nordic Farm
  • Professor of Medicine & Associate Dean for Public Health and Health Policy at The University of Vermont
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