Elise Perkins is principal and founder of sixty two fifty communications, formerly ep communications, in 2014.
Sixty two fifty blends the old world of communications with the new promise of brand-led storytelling, elevating how businesses reach their customers.
Elise cut her teeth in the communications field at The Financial Services Roundtable (now the Bank Policy Institute), a Washington DC-based trade association, during the financial crisis.
She most recently served as Director of Communications and Marketing at the Committee for Economic Development, now a part of The Conference Board.
A graduate of Dickinson College, Elise is a former board member of Washington Women in Public Relations. She lives in Maryland with her husband and children.
She is an avid reader of cookbooks, loyal to both local and boxed wine, and firmly believes that pineapple belongs on pizza.
Current claims to fame: once sang at the Vatican; holds the school record at Deerfield Elementary for the sixth grade relay race.
sixty two fifty communications blends the old world of communications with the new promise of brand-led storytelling, elevating how businesses reach their customers.
We deliver hands-on brand building through distinct organizational programming: providing clarity of message, critical communications and creative concepts.