Jaimie L. Adler-Palter

A seasoned professional who began her career in public relations and event management for educational institutions, restaurants, travel destinations, and consumer product launches, Jaimie started Bayleaf Communications, Inc. in 2000 to fill a need she saw for powerful and effective public relations for smaller restaurant, non-profit and lifestyle clients.

Growing up in the food industry and an ardent devotee of popular culture and the arts, Jaimie has a sixth sense about what’s hot—not only in the food/restaurant industry, but in many other fields as well—and her ability to generate exciting ideas has gained her the respect of her peers. Able to think quickly on her feet and pitch an idea with the best of them, Jaimie is an invaluable asset to her clients. Cutting edge concepts and creative ideas are what set her apart from the rest of the pack, and her skill creating and planning stellar events paired with her knack for clear and powerful writing makes her a natural publicist.

By keeping her finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the media, Jaimie is able to leverage her close network of contacts to take advantage of existing story opportunities for her clients or create new ones by pitching ideas that are creative and appealing. She also has a gift for getting the most out of her clients’ budgets, finding the most effective way to get coverage on a shoe string.


Select Affiliations & Highlights

• Publicity Chair, The Culinary Guild of New England.
• Chosen to work on the 2002 Olympics PR campaign, Salt Lake City, Utah.
• Publicity Chair, Taste of the Nation, 1998-2001.


Press Highlights

•  Musing from Jai Archives
TheEntrepreneurGazette.com — January 13, 2011
Boston.com — April 20, 2010
Boston Event Guide — Thirty Extraordinary Bostonians
Boston Globe — Names & Faces
Jewish Advocate
PR Crossing
Yankee Food Service