Kristine Bruner Snively, MBA
Founder & CEO
Kristine B. Snively combines a strong background in public relations and business development strategies. As a well-respected PR professional, Kristine is often called upon by top journalists, editors and producers as a go-to resource for legal and business sources. She has a proven track record of consistently placing her clients in the news on a weekly basis in newspaper, radio, television and online media outlets nationwide. Under her strategic guidance, Pristine PR has helped law firms of all sizes grow their client base by providing an integrated approach to business building that provides immediate results, while at the same time branding the firm’s corporate image.
Kristine has a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Business Administration from West Virginia University College of Business & Economics, where she majored in Marketing and Communication studies. In addition, she holds a Master’s degree in business administration (M.B.A.) from Nova Southeastern University, where she was accepted into Sigma Beta Delta, the highest national recognition a business student can receive, ranking in the top 20 percent of her graduating class.
Kristine is a featured columnist in Attorney at Law Magazine, Strictly Marketing Magazine, Women’s Prospects and has been called upon by Manta.com, The Entrepreness and Counselor Magazine for her expert insight on marketing trends and business development strategies. This year she was recognized as a finalist for the Orlando Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Award, a prestigious awards program recognizing Central Florida’s top business executives and business owners.
Looking for unique ways to give back, Kristine offers her PR expertise on a pro-bono basis to a number of nonprofit organizations, including the March of Dimes, Winter Park Historical Museum, Miami Coalition for the Homeless and Educate Tomorrow, a nonprofit organization based in Miami, FL whose mission is to create independence for disadvantaged and foster youth through education, mentoring and life skills training.