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|Type||LGBT consulting firm|
|Founder(s)||Cathy McElrath Renna & Leah McElrath Renna|
|Headquarters||New York, New York|
|Area served||Unites States|
|Key people||Cathy McElrath Renna (Managing Partner)
Leah McElrath Renna (Managing Partner)
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Renna Communications is a LGBT-owned firm providing communications consulting and strategies to organizations and people working in public advocacy.
They have expertise in meeting the needs of those who focus on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues. In addition, they partner with progressive organizations and foundations around other topics and work with health-related concerns and socially responsible businesses. Renna Communications also helps groups and individuals with special projects – such as events, press conferences, or the dissemination of research findings – and creative endeavors – such as book publications, film distributions or theater productions.
Renna Communications has garnered placements and features in major print and broadcast outlets in the United States, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, 20/20, CNN, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Newsweek and a cover story of Time magazine. They also have a network of relationships with regional journalists and outlets throughout the country, as well as with media contacts specific to a variety of trade and other specialized publications.
Renna Communications is based in New York, New York. Clients are located across the United States, including in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Washington, DC.
 Mission statement
Our mission is to bring our expertise in media relations and communications to organizations and people who are working to change the world for the better.
- Media Relations
- Message Development
- Media Training
- Capacity Building
- Thought Leadership
- Special Projects
 Sampling of current and former clients
- The Aequalitas Project & WikiQueer
- The Ali Forney Center
- Family Acceptance Project
- Family Equality Council
- Jerusalem WorldPride
- LGBT Cancer Network
- The Matthew Shepard Foundation
- National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
- Pride Foundation
- The Williams Institute