Ivey Media Agency is a public relations business located in Metro Atlanta. Our specialty is defining the narratives of individuals and organizations who desire to impact social change. By providing "Social Solutions through Storytelling," we promote thought leaders who make a difference in the marketplace and community. Advocacy is at the heart of everything we do.
Through stories, we promote social change and amplify thought leadership. We believe that "Every cause or brand has a story, and every story can spark change."
Our Core Values
The type of assignments we select and our client portfolio reflects our culture. Our core values include Advocacy, Thought Leadership, Integrity, Mutual Respect, Honesty, Hope, and Compassion. IMA has two campaigns that reinforce our commitment to minority communities and their valued members - the IRIS Campaign and the True Peace Campaign.
Whether our clients are professionals in the private or public sectors, Ivey Media Agency continues its legacy of representing and consulting brilliant minority experts. Our clients are thought leaders in their fields and passionate about making meaningful changes in the areas where they live and work. Ivey Media Agency's clients have a vision for social change, and thus, have amazing stories to tell! Learn about our services.
The IMA portfolio includes strategic services such as press releases, articles, op-eds, corporate image ads, brand identity consulting, storyboards, communication planning, crisis communication, scriptwriting, website and print/digital marketing creative, and developmental editing for nonfiction work. In addition, Chinua Joi Ivey is certified in Google Ads Display and Google Ads Search.
IMA publishes the IRIS Book Series and manages its coordinating mentoring program and workshops.
IMA is the digital publisher and editor of Single Mom Love Magazine.
More digital publications will be announced in 2021!
Inquiries and Queries
Please direct all press inquiries to 404-437-2045 or email@example.com.
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