Vision Media Announces hiring Amit Jani as account executive

SECAUCUS, NJ — Vision Media Marketing Inc., a firm that has been involved in public relations for many local political entities, has announced the hiring of Amit Jani as the firm’s newest account executive. A former member of U.S. Representative Frank Pallone’s district staff and current Hudson County director of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee’s South Asian American Caucus, Jani will be responsible for day-to-day account management for several of the firm’s local government, corporate and political clients. Jani is a Jersey City resident and graduate of Rutgers University.
“At Vision Media we pride ourselves on identifying talented young professionals who can help us continue to offer our clients the creative and effective communications solutions they need,” said Vision Media President Paul Swibinski. “We are excited to welcome Amit Jani to our team and look forward to seeing him thrive in this new role at our firm.”
Jani has long been involved in Democratic politics in New Jersey and beyond, with previous experience working for the SEIU, serving as a Democratic county committee member in Middlesex County and working in the office of U.S. Representative Judy Chu (D-California). He is a 2016 Fellow of the New Leaders Council, a non-profit organization that seeks to train and build the next generation of progressive leaders. Jani is also the founder of the non-profit New Jersey Leadership Program, which is designed to assist South Asian-American high school students in becoming active in local politics and government.
Jani joins Vision Media’s account management team, which is led by the firm’s Vice President Philip Swibinski. The team is responsible for handling day-to-day client relationships, providing public relations and media relations services, producing paid media and online content and more.
Now in its 30th year of business, Vision Media Marketing Inc. is involved in political and other media business throughout Hudson County and New Jersey.

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