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Pace University has hired communications strategists Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld featured in "The Holmes Report"

02/20/2018

Pace University has hired communications strategists Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld featured in "The Holmes Report"

The Holmes Report: "Corporate People News In Brief"

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New people in new roles at Medtronic, IDM Mining, Pace University and Sabre Security.

...Pace University has hired Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld, both communications strategists, to support the school’s president Marvin Krislov and highlight the university’s successes. Ternes, who comes to Pace from DKC, will serve as executive director of media relations. Oxfeld, a former journalist and Ogilvy copywriter, will be director of executive communications.

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Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld have joined Pace University as Executive Director of Media Relations and Director of Executive Communications featured in "Pleasantville Patch"

02/16/2018

Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld have joined Pace University as Executive Director of Media Relations and Director of Executive Communications featured in "Pleasantville Patch"

Pleasantville Patch: "Pace University Hires Communications Strategists"

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Seasoned communications strategists will support Pace President Marvin Krislov and highlight University successes.

Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld have joined Pace University as Executive Director of Media Relations and Director of Executive Communications, respectively.

Ternes comes to Pace from DKC, a public relations firm consistently named one of the most influential public relations companies in the United States, where she served as executive vice president. Her client list included Fortune 50 companies, tech start-ups, biotech firms, and real estate leaders. Prior to that she worked as Chief of Staff to former Congressman Anthony Weiner in New York and Washington, D.C. As Executive Director of Media Relations, she will sharpen the University's focus on press engagement and help tell the story of the nation's most upwardly mobile private nonprofit university.

Oxfeld began his career as a journalist and has more recently worked in marketing communications. He was an editor at "New York Magazine" and the theater critic for the "New York Observer." He has been a copywriter at Ogilvy and the director of content at Vox Creative, Vox Media's content studio. He has also worked on speechwriting and editorial projects for several political communications firms. In his new role reporting to President Marvin Krislov, Oxfeld will develop presidential communications and work closely with the university's media relations and editorial staff to ensure consistent messaging that strengthens Pace's position as a leading private educational institution.

"Pace has an impressive story of student success, and more than any other private university we demonstrate the transformational impact of an education," said Krislov. "We are a well-kept secret that needs to be less well-kept. I know Marie and Jesse will use their skills and expertise to shine a bright spotlight on the important work that we do."

"With President Krislov at the helm, there has never been a more exciting time to be at Pace," said Ternes. "Every day Pace is creating transformational opportunities for its students and I couldn't be more thrilled to be a part of that."

"Pace does important, meaningful work, and not enough people know about it," said Oxfeld. "I'm excited to help President Krislov tell that story."

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Press Release: Pace University Hires Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld

02/06/2018

Press Release: Pace University Hires Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld

Seasoned communications strategists to support Pace President Marvin Krislov and highlight University successes

NEW YORK, NY, FEBRUARY 6—Marie Ternes and Jesse Oxfeld have joined Pace University as Executive Director of Media Relations and Director of Executive Communications, respectively.

Ternes comes to Pace from DKC, a public relations firm consistently named one of the most influential public relations companies in the United States, where she served as executive vice president. Her client list included Fortune 50 companies, tech start-ups, biotech firms, and real estate leaders. Prior to that she worked as Chief of Staff to former Congressman Anthony Weiner in New York and Washington, D.C. As Executive Director of Media Relations, she will sharpen the University’s focus on press engagement and help tell the story of the nation’s most upwardly mobile private nonprofit university.

Oxfeld began his career as a journalist and has more recently worked in marketing communications. He was an editor at “New York Magazine” and the theater critic for the “New York Observer.” He has been a copywriter at Ogilvy and the director of content at Vox Creative, Vox Media’s content studio. He has also worked on speechwriting and editorial projects for several political communications firms. In his new role reporting to President Marvin Krislov, Oxfeld will develop presidential communications and work closely with the university’s media relations and editorial staff to ensure consistent messaging that strengthens Pace’s position as a leading private educational institution.

“Pace has an impressive story of student success, and more than any other private university we demonstrate the transformational impact of an education,” said Krislov. “We are a well-kept secret that needs to be less well-kept. I know Marie and Jesse will use their skills and expertise to shine a bright spotlight on the important work that we do.”

“With President Krislov at the helm, there has never been a more exciting time to be at Pace,” said Ternes. “Every day Pace is creating transformational opportunities for its students and I couldn’t be more thrilled to be a part of that.”

“Pace does important, meaningful work, and not enough people know about it,” said Oxfeld. “I’m excited to help President Krislov tell that story.”

About Pace University: Since 1906, Pace has educated thinking professionals by providing high quality education for the professions on a firm base of liberal learning amid the advantages of the New York metropolitan area. A private university, Pace has campuses in Lower Manhattan and Westchester County, NY, enrolling nearly 13,000 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in its College of Health Professions, Dyson College of Arts and Sciences, Elisabeth Haub School of Law, Lubin School of Business, School of Education, and Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems. A 2017 study by the Equality of Opportunity Project ranks Pace University first in the nation among four-year private institutions for upward economic mobility based on students who enter college at the bottom fifth of the income distribution and end up in the top fifth. www.pace.edu

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