NJI President Lara Kline has been named a highly influential woman by PRNEWS, the communication industry’s go-to source for education, inspiration and recognition. Each year, PRNEWS selects an elite group of women to represent the best and brightest in the communications industry, and this year they are honoring Lara Kline as a Changemaker in their class of 2023 Top Women.
Since 2019, Lara has served as NJI’s first Chief Strategy Officer and was promoted to President earlier this year. Traveling the globe to build new relationships and elevate NJI’s reputation, Lara has steered the company toward multi-faceted localization efforts. She directs seamless integration of marketing campaigns across cultures, languages, and dialects to ensure effectiveness in all regions where NJI leads creative campaigns.
During her tenure, NJI’s client base skyrocketed, reaching markets in more than 60 countries and winning global, public diplomacy campaigns for sovereign countries and policy-minded campaigns for multinational companies.
“Her acute understanding of clients’ rapidly evolving needs combined with her passion and intuition invites curiosity, changes perspectives, and drives growth,” said NJI Co-Founder and Co-CEO Josh Shultz. “Lara hones her skills with an easy fluency supporting brilliant thought leaders in the worlds of business, technology, and creative arts, serving as a translator for her clients along the way.”
Due to her diligent and relentless drive to build a global client base, NJI has become the leading public policy-focused creative agency in the world, driving creative communications campaigns for some of the largest corporations and nonprofit organizations