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Meet the Team

Toni Antonetti

Toni Antonetti started PR Chicago back in 1987 after stints at some major Midwest PR and ad agencies and a trade magazine. Her work in consumer and B2B PR includes projects and campaigns for hundreds of top U.S. corporations. Among other things, she’s done case history interviews at construction sites, the behind-the-scenes media relations work for a now-historic product crisis and PR for the Chicago Marathon.

When she’s not thinking of clever ways to get her clients noticed, she’s admiring the latest technology and figuring out how it can help to streamline operations. Toni is a member and past president of PRConsultants Group.

Marcy Manning

Marcy Manning is PR Chicago’s media maven, with more than 30 years of agency and corporate marketing and PR experience. Her gift for spotting just the right story for the right media outlet at the right time has led to thousands of national, regional and local placements. Because of her tenacity, gift of gab and knack for knowing what works, clients large and small have been featured in leading newspapers, magazines and on TV and radio shows from coast to coast.


Her charitable work has included volunteering at Northshore Hospital Emergency Room and pro bono work for the Chicago Fund Raising Committee for Pediatric AIDs, American Cancer Foundation and ALS.

Miguel Ortuno

Born and raised in Chicago, Miguel has worked in various creative fields for more than 15 years and is thrilled to contribute his talents and experience to the PR Chicago team. If you could take a fashion designer, photographer, event coordinator, nightclub manager, marketing representative and graphic artist and combine them... you would probably have Miguel as the final result. He's quick with ideas and can add a personal touch to any project for that extra pizzazz and style. His passion for the creative arts, keen sense of direction and oh-so-charming personality have contributed substantially to the PR Chicago team and projects for all of the clients that we represent.

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