Andrea Burnett – Publicist, Founder
Andrea Burnett has been a lifestyle publicist for over 20 years. She specializes in food, parenting, children’s, eco/green living, health & wellness and women’s general interest publicity. She’s proud to have spearheaded campaigns and product launches for some of the top brands in the U.S. Andrea understands how to work collaboratively with her clients and how to partner with like-minded companies to maximize the visibility of her clients and their projects. She is the former head of Publicity at Chronicle Books and has run ABPR (on and off) for the last 10 years. Andrea has relationships with editors at some of the top magazines and online publications in the US including The New York Times, Newsweek, Huffington Post, all of the national morning shows and news programs, Publisher’s Weekly, Shelf Awareness, Daily Beast, Cosmo, Woman’s World, Ladies Home Journal, Real Simple, Seventeen Magazine, People and many, many more.Andrea has served on the board of directors (and handled public relations strategy) for WritersCorps and worked on the publicity launch for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and the book campaign for this national organization.
Felise Guillory Moglia – Associate Publicist
Felise Guillory Moglia has over 10 years experience in sales, marketing and public relations. She specializes in parenting, children’s and hospitality publicity, as well as social media management. She has worked on many successful marketing and public relations initiatives. Most recently, the multi-million dollar renovation and relaunch of The Claremont Club & Spa in Berkeley, California. Felise identifies herself as a connector of people. She is the mother of two young children, the wife to a lucky guy, an opinionated foodie, and a forward thinker.
Elisabeth Monaghan – Sr. Publicist
Elisabeth Monaghan has more than 25 years of marketing communications and public relations experience, working with everything from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. With her experience in consulting, agency work and corporations, Monaghan understands how to work with each stakeholder to ensure open communication and satisfaction with the end results.Monaghan is recognized for her ability to speak to clients on their level – whether she’s working with a highly educated PhD, or a young professional, just out of college. Monaghan is skilled at providing strategies that work for the client and tailoring impactful communications programs to suit their specific needs. She is comfortable working with “old school” public relations techniques, or deploying emerging tactics – whatever it takes to achieve a valuable return on the client’s investment. Monaghan is also experienced in crisis management and at walking her clients through challenging and unexpected issues.
Rebekah Epstein – Publicist
As an NYU college student, Rebekah broke into media at NYLON magazine and Vogue magazine. It was there that she formed tight-knit relationships with national, top-tier media, and got a behind-the-scenes look at how major magazine offices and television studios operate. The lesson? To break through a crowded email inbox, a publicist has to turn their client into an irresistible story, make face-time a top priority, and craft pitches that aren’t just polite – but memorable.Later, Rebekah worked at People’s Revolution (New York Office), the subject of Bravo TV’s “Kell on Earth,” where she continued to interface with national broadcast, print, and online contacts. Her circle of expanding media relationships eventually inspired her to start her own PR company, fifteen media, where Rebekah would go on to represent brands and individuals in fashion, food, lifestyle, books health and beauty.Rebekah has earned placements in a variety of media outlets across print, online, television and radio. including Forbes, People,, Associated Press, Fox News, WWD, The New York Times, Vogue, Teen and many more. Visit her site at

Cale Finta – Editor

Cale Finta is an Editor at ABPR and a freelance writer in San Francisco. Cale has written about film, fashion, art, and lifestyle topics. He worked as the managing editor of SOMA Magazine and contributed as a featured writer there, as well.  He has three rescue dogs to keep him honest, and an artist wife that won’t mind that he mentioned the dogs first. He enjoys eating food just a bit more than he enjoys writing about it.  Visit Cale’s site to see more of his work,