Jennifer Curley is the publisher of The Association 100 as well as President & CEO of Curley Company. She is a business strategist and expert communicator. Jennifer has represented large trade associations as well as Fortune 100 companies, startups and nonprofit organizations in a diverse cross-section of industries. She uses her White House, Capitol Hill and PR agency experience to provide counsel to her clients in the areas of reputation and risk management, thought leadership and content strategy. She is considered an expert in the “personalities, process and politics” of Washington D.C.
Prior to founding Curley Company, Jennifer served as a Vice President at Edelman Public Relations Worldwide where she ran the Technology Policy practice and managed crisis issues and corporate reputation.
Beyond consulting, Jennifer taught journalism and political science as an adjunct professor at American University’s Washington Semester Program.
Jennifer has a master’s degree in political science from American University and a bachelor’s degree in government from St. Lawrence University.
KayAnn P. Schoeneman
KayAnn Schoeneman is a contributor to The Association 100 and Executive Vice President at Curley Company. She is an expert in creating communications strategies that enable clients to transform, accelerate growth and win with target audiences. KayAnn plays a critical role in building and leading high-performing teams who collaborate to solve problems and provide measurable results.
Prior to Curley Company, KayAnn spent more than a decade at Ketchum, a global communications consultancy, serving in a variety of leadership roles most recently as Ketchum’s Washington D.C. Marketplace Leader, managing the office and its nearly 100 employees.
Prior to Ketchum, KayAnn spent more than a decade in the political and public policy arena with experience in global, federal, state and local public affairs. She served as Public Affairs Director for a top grassroots firm and was Director of Research for a boutique state and local procurement firm. She also served as Vice President of Communications for the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce and was a Campaign Field Analyst for the National Republican Congressional Committee’s $50M issue advocacy effort during the historic 2002 midterm election cycle. From 1999-2001, she served as the Public Information Officer for the U.S. Court of the Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
KayAnn is an alumna of The George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs, was an adjunct professor at The Johns Hopkins University for the Master of Arts in communication program teaching polling and public perceptions and completed Yale School of Management’s Executive Education program for Accelerated Business Management and Women’s Leadership. In 2019, KayAnn was recognized by Washington Women in Public Relations as an honoree for the DC PR Woman of the Year award.
KayAnn is a stage 3 colon cancer survivor and health advocate, including promoting colon cancer screening and championing health equity. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and son.
Greg Wilson is a contributor to The Association 100 and Senior Vice President at Curley Company. With over three decades of experience in communications and government relations, Greg helps organizations across industries mitigate and prepare for crises, influence their stakeholders and inspire their audiences.
Prior to joining Curley Company Greg served as Senior Vice President at Levick Strategic Communications, leading the firm’s legal services practice and providing crisis counsel. Greg also managed internal and external communications for Solutia Inc., and managed a multimillion dollar account portfolio as a vice president at Shandwick Public Affairs. His work has received several public relations industry awards, including the CIPRA and Bulldog awards. Greg began his career as a legislative and press aide on Capitol Hill.
Greg is a graduate of Hamilton College with a bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, and he has completed executive education coursework in marketing at the University of Chicago.
Tina Anthony is a contributor to the Association 100 and Vice President, Digital at Curley Company. She is a strategic communicator with over 15 years of experience spanning traditional and digital public relations and public affairs, delivering high-impact solutions that engage audiences across multiple channels including social media, video, podcast and web.
Prior to Curley Company, Tina spent seven years at the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the US trade association representing more than 2,200 consumer technology companies which owns and produces CES® – The Global Stage for Innovation. At CTA, she built the award-winning social media strategy for CES, the world’s largest technology event and the largest annual North American tradeshow. Tina created and developed the digital presence for CTA and CES, strategically delivering the association’s key messages and brand value to various audiences by launching new channels and experimenting with different digital tactics to deliver content.
Before joining the CTA, Tina sharpened her digital and social media skills working on a wide range of clients for agencies. She served as a Senior Account Executive in the Washington office of Ketchum, a global communications consultancy. Prior to Ketchum, Tina was a Regional Digital Marketing Manager for Forbes where she was responsible for marketing and selling RealClearPolitics.com (then owned by Forbes) across the mid-Atlantic region. Before moving to Washington, Tina was a Digital Media Supervisor for FCB in Chicago, planning and implementing integrated digital branding campaigns for Dow Chemicals and Boeing.
Tina is a graduate of Marquette University with a degree in both broadcasting and electronic communications and English. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and son.
Jessica Sklar is the editor of The Association 100 and an Account Manager at Curley Company. She uses her creative writing skills and social media prowess to tell stories that make an impact for her clients and help them get heard by the right audiences.
At Curley Company, Jessica helps organizations engage with critical audiences by developing compelling written contents for their multi-media communications campaigns. She advises association, corporate and non-profit clients on integrating the latest social and digital media tactics into their reputation management and thought leadership strategies and works to share their messages through earned and owned media and paid and organic social media campaigns.
Prior to joining Curley Company, Jessica ran the social media practice for the Kornberg School of Dentistry at Temple University. She also interned at Braithwaite Communications, a public relations and strategic communications firm in Philadelphia. Jessica graduated from Temple University with a double major in strategic communication and global studies.
Abby Listerman runs The Association 100’s social media practice and is a Senior Account Manager, Digital at Curley Company. She applies her international background in project management and digital and social media to help clients engage and inspire their audiences in impactful ways.
At Curley Company, Abby conceptualizes and executes innovative and data driven campaigns to help clients establish and grow their digital media presence through community engagement, impactful storytelling, brand development and reputation management. She engages key audiences and drives policy outcomes by sharing the right messages on the right platforms through paid and organic, digital and social media campaigns.
Prior to joining Curley Company, Abby worked as a Project Manager and Creative Traffic Manager at Empower, a creative media agency, supporting a variety of retail clients. Abby is a graduate of the University of Amsterdam with a Master of Arts in New Media and Digital Culture. Afterwards, she worked at Social Blue, a Dutch marketing agency in Hoorn, Netherlands as a Digital Media Marketing Specialist supporting a portfolio of international non-profit clients. Prior to moving to The Netherlands, Abby graduated from the University of Cincinnati where she majored in communication and ran the social media practice for the university.