Chris began his career at Rogers & Cowan more than 20 years ago. Joining his current agency in 1994, Chris has represented many of the biggest icons in the music industry, major global corporations, television networks, business, religious and political leaders, and bestselling authors. Chris has a keen eye for spotting trends and also specializes in establishing clients as thought leaders in their industries. Through an extensive network of personal and professional relationships, Chris provides more than traditional public relations services, helping clients to secure book deals and arrangements with literary agents, speaking agents and film/television producers.
A 20-year PR veteran with journalism and book publishing roots, Eileen Campion is regarded by the country’s top news producers, talent bookers and print journalists as one of the most trusted publicists in the industry and is considered by clients to be a strategic thinker with a nose for news angles and trends, and a deep understanding of the media landscape. Eileen combines the best in long-range planning and short-term campaigns to yield optimal results and media exposure for clients. She is also known for her strong sense of story and has contributed humorous freelance pieces to publications such as The New York Times.
Senior Director of Publishing
Kate has over 15 years of experience in marketing, communications and public relations. A seasoned book PR pro, before joining Roslan & Campion, she was the director of publicity at BookSavvy PR after seven years as director of publicity services at the book PR firm Smith Publicity, Inc. There, she led a team of publicists and directed hundreds of successful campaigns for authors running the gamut from New York Times bestsellers and business leaders to first-time novelists. She has also cultivated strong relationships with key producers and editors across all media sectors. In keeping with the Roslan & Campion ethic, Kate thrives on exceeding clients’ expectations and knows the importance of nuanced, carefully developed media strategies. With a flair for foreign languages and cultures, Kate lived in Tokyo earlier in her career, where she taught business English and cross-cultural communications skills to Japanese executives. She studied Russian in Vienna, received her bachelor’s degree in political science and Soviet studies from Wheaton College and is an alumna of Thunderbird School of Global Management.