Jonathan Lehrer Communications, Inc., provides strategic public relations planning, social media strategy and implementation, message development, crisis communications, media training, press releases, media relations, community relations, brochures, flyers, collateral materials, printed newsletters, electronic newsletters and Web site content/design.

We provide public relations and marketing for transportation agencies, non-profit organizations, associations and healthcare clients.

Working closely with senior management, we strategically align an organization’s messaging with its overall business goals. Our implementation reaches target audiences through social media, email newsletters, Internet marketing and traditional public relations.

We often work in partnership with other communications agencies, including The Spitzer Market Strategy Group (Amy Spitzer), NM Marketing Communications (Norwin Merens), Definitive Marketing (Morrie Goldman) and Chris Ruys Communications (Chris Ruys).

Our related firm, Friedmann Lehrer Communications (www.flcomm.com), serves clients in the healthcare sector.

As part of our suite of services, we develop WordPress websites (see recent WordPress projects), and train clients to maintain them.

We have the knowledge to combine the best of the “new media” with the traditional to deliver your messages to the right audiences. Effectively translating complex issues and technical language to lay people is second nature to us.

But we offer much more than communications savvy to our clients. We are in effect your personal advisor, a trusted partner and friend, ready to offer communications counsel on a minute’s notice.

Engineering the Message

Just as real engineers do, we analyze, strategize, plan and build. Our ability to translate “engineer speak” into plain English is helpful when working with any type of project where technical jargon or complicated rationale must be made accessible to the general public.

We build solid public relations programs based on analysis and planning. This theory applies equally well to infrastructure projects non-profit organizations and corporate clients. The unifying element is their need to communicate with an audience.

Areas of Expertise

  • Community and regional economic development
  • Global logistics and transportation, including rail, truck and airports
  • Government relations, community relations and public relations
  • Environmental issues and regional transportation planning
  • Workforce development
  • Not-for-profits and associations
  • Jewish non-profits
  • Small business
  • Hiring effective PR staff people

Core Competencies