WHO WE ARE.
We are a dedicated and creative team that loves telling our clients stories.
JARIEPartner and CEO
Jarie is an engineer by training and an entrepreneur by nature. He has over 20 years of experience bringing innovative technology products to market. This gives him a unique perspective on the power of storytelling for businesses since the best story, not technology, wins. He has published six books with his latest being a Big Idea Nonfiction book called The Entrepreneur Ethos which shows how to build a more ethical, inclusive, and resilient entrepreneur community. You can follow him at his blog, https://thedailymba.com or on Twitter @thedailymba or right here at JSY PR.
VICTORIADirector of Client Services
Victoria is a dedicated public relations professional who currently co-leads the JSYPR team’s PR efforts in San Francisco. As the Director of Client Services, she oversees the company’s portfolio of clients and is responsible for business operations, growth and managing the agency’s talent. She also provides strategy and planning for clients in the tech, non-profit and professional athlete spheres, among others. Day-to-day, Victoria focuses on fostering relationships with clients, event and tour planning, writing award submissions and grants, and strategic social media campaigns.
Jane Yin Bolander (March 2, 1981 – April 3, 2017) was the founder and CEO of JSY PR and Marketing, a firm that helped professional athletes, non-profits, and startups tell their story. She had over fifteen years of PR and Marketing experience and had been running JSY PR & Marketing for over twelve years. Her clients included celebrities such as Dontari Poe, Amare Stoudemire, Lance Briggs, Anna Rawson, and Amel Larrieux.
Jane was an advocate for minority and women owned businesses. She would often volunteer to coach and mentor them. She had a particular passion for stopping human trafficking via her work with the Bay Area Anti-Trafficking Collation. She was a loving daughter, devoted friend, and caring wife who was taken from us way too soon.