A strategic communications and business consulting firm, Black Ops Public Relations was founded by Leah Lupo, a veteran in the public relations and marketing industry with untouchable skills and expertise. Leah launched the firm to provide effective solutions driven by strategies that lead to measurable and impactful results.
With vast experience in both B2B and B2C, she uses an integrated approach to achieve client goals including thought leadership, corporate communications strategy, crisis and reputation management, media relations, marketing, and events. Leah is respected and trusted by clients, the media, thought leaders and industry partners, and is known for developing and executing unique ideas that lead to tangible results. With a versatile and prescriptive approach, she has a proven track record in leading communications strategies, garnering top-tier press, and thought-leading placements that build profiles and create executive/brand affinity.
Skilled in market research, Leah takes a forward-thinking approach to uncover key trends and optimize influence while driving awareness of key messages and create business impact. She has spearheaded corporate communications strategies for some of the world’s most renowned organizations and thought leaders across industries including healthcare, music, entertainment, technology, e-commerce, travel, hospitality, food and beverage, fashion, retail, and finance (VC). Leah understands the complexities of storytelling and creating content that resonates with key audiences while ensuring alignment the entire way through. With extensive experience both in-house and on the agency side, Leah has a keen understanding of vertical markets and business trends which she incorporates every strategy and effort at Black Ops Public Relations.
Leah has held leadership roles at a number of agencies as well as in-house at Broadcast Music, Inc., Everyday Health (AOL Partner), The Mount Sinai Hospital, and launched her career at NASDAQ OMX Group. She was also the Chairwoman of the ESOP Committee for 13 agencies within a leading communications holding company.