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Smooch Repovich Reynolds serves as managing partner of the global Investor Relations and Communications Practice Group.

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Smooch Repovich Reynolds serves as managing partner of the global Investor Relations and Communications Practice Group.

Smooch’s expertise is highly focused in the investor relations/finance, communications and brand marketing professions. She has served clients across a broad array of industries, ranging in size from pre-IPO start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations, as well as non-profit entities/associations. As a former corporate communications and financial public relations practitioner, Smooch approaches her work from the standpoint of first-hand knowledge of the functions and advises her clients as such bringing clarity to their IR and Communications challenges.

Prior to joining DHR, Smooch was a partner in the Los Angeles office of Caldwell Partners, and was the leader of the firm’s Investor Relations and Communications Practice.

Previously, Smooch was the senior vice president/CCO at The Irvine Company, where she was responsible for redefining the communications function. Before that, she served as the founder and CEO of The Repovich-Reynolds Group, a retained search and management consulting firm specializing in the investor relations, communications and marketing functions throughout North America.

A dynamic lecturer, keynote speaker, media expert on employment issues, and frequent contributor to global professional journals and newsletters, Smooch has been featured on CNBC’s “Power Lunch,” CNN-TV, Bloomberg TV, Fox News and myriad other TV network affiliate broadcast news programs.

Smooch holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California. < Read less



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