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RoseMarie Terenzio has worked in the fields of politics, crisis management, fashion, entertainment, and publishing in a public relations and marketing capacity for over a decade. She is the author of The New York Times bestseller Fairy Tale Interrupted: A Memoir of Life, Love, and Loss.
Ms. Terenzio worked with John F. Kennedy, Jr. from 1994 until his death in 1999. She was Kennedy's executive assistant and oversaw his press and philanthropic causes. Additionally, she oversaw the marketing and publicity departments of George magazine. After Kennedy's death in 1999, she worked with Caroline Kennedy on resolving John F. Kennedy, Jr.'s estate until 2000.
In 2000, Ms. Terenzio was hired by Vice President Al Gore's presidential campaign to oversee celebrity outreach and press for celebrity events. After that, she booked talent for and co-produced the New York Magazine Awards which aired on WNBC-TV. Ms. Terenzio then went to work with PR Consulting to oversee events for Narciso Rodriguez, Hermes, and Viktor & Rolf.
She expanded her public relations skills to talent management, booking actors on shows such as Sex and the City, Law & Order, and various Broadway and off-Broadway shows.
In 2003, Ms. Terenzio produced the off-Broadway play, Touch starring Tom Everett Scott with the Women's Project and Productions which received an extremely favorable review in The New York Times.
Ms. Terenzio founded RMT PR Management, a public relations and talent management firm in New York City, in 2004. The firm's clients include Nobu restaurants, MeandRo Jewelry, Minnie Rose, Gary Graham, Dr. Joanna Dolgoff of The Biggest Loser, James Carville and Paul Beagala, among others.
RoseMarie Terenzio serves on the board of Reaching Up, a non-profit organization founded by John F. Kennedy, Jr., and as an advisory board member at Women's Project and Productions.