Pang Communications is a boutique public relations firm founded in 2006 by President Jennifer Pang.
Jennifer Pang is President of Pang Communications, a boutique public relations firm she founded in 2006, after nearly five years at Hawaii’s largest full-service integrated marketing services firm where she served as a director for the corporate communications group. Previously, Jennifer worked as the spokesperson for Paramount’s Kings Island, the Midwest’s largest and most popular theme park, located near Cincinnati. Before her career in public relations, Jennifer served as a news writer for Cincinnati’s top-ranked morning show, on WKRC-TV (CBS) and holds on-camera reporter experience at KSNT-TV (NBC) in Topeka, Kansas.
Jennifer served on the board of directors of the Rotary Club of Metropolitan Honolulu and is a sustaining member of The Junior League of Honolulu. Jennifer has provided pro bono services to a variety of non-profit organizations in Hawaii, such as The Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation, Voyager Public Charter School, Email Foster Parents International, American Cancer Society and the March of Dimes.
In addition to dozens of awards earned by Jennifer and Pang Communications from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC), in 2009 Pacific Business News named Jennifer among its prestigious Forty Under 40 class – honoring forty of Hawaii’s best and brightest under the age of 40 who show a high degree of business acumen and sharp business-like approaches to efficiency and change.
Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.). She is a graduate of The School for Creative and Performing Arts in Cincinnati, where she completed a double major in musical theater and vocal music. Athletically as well as musically inclined, Jennifer played for the Women’s Water Polo Club at Northwestern University; in 2008 she completed her first triathlon and today she competes in various open ocean swims around Oahu. Jennifer also paddled for the Waikiki Beach Boys Canoe Club, placing top ten in Na Wahine O Ke Kai (Molokai Channel race) in 2003, 2004 and 2005.