j2 communications, founded in 2003, offers a diverse range of integrated marketing expertise including public relations, social media, and events consulting. We have worked with a broad range of clients building brands in industries which include technology and consumer electronics, fashion, automotive, hospitality, entertainment and non-profit.
We provide clients, both retainer and project-based, with customized service, original and innovative ideas and one-on-one attention.With a focus on strength, sensibility, and dedication to detail, j2’s ultimate goal is to exceed our clients’ expectations.
Jamie Joffe, “Chief Trouble Maker”
Jamie has established a broad network of media contacts across the country and in the international marketplace and has placed clients in various media channels. Her hands-on experience in every facet of public relations and special events gives her a unique perspective that serves her varied clientele well.
Jamie was born in Philadelphia, and currently resides in Lafayette Hill. She attended the prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University and earned her MA in Marketing & Communications at Temple University. She began her career with Ogilvy and Mather and has worked with prestigious companies that include: VH1, Paul Mitchell, Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, Jonathan Adler, Gibson Guitar, Velodyne, Monster Cable, United Health Services, International Council of Shopping Centers and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts.
Jamie is a wife, mom and taxi driver to two boys, two dogs and a turtle (and any other strays that may show up).
Raised by a disco queen, she attended her first concert at age 7 (Diana Ross) and learned how to dance the hustle in her living room with the legendary Teddy Pendergrass.
In her downtime she watches reruns of the Real Housewives on Bravo, works on her backgammon strategy and pretends she can play the guitar like Eric Clapton and the drums like Buddy Rich. She sits on the Board of the Marian Anderson Foundation, Mission Kids, and The Do-Gooders.Our Capabilities