Kara Mavros

Account Coordinator

Prior to joining Atrium PR, Kara was a Junior Account Coordinator at The Zimmerman Agency, working across several hospitality and non-profit accounts, helping to secure coverage across multiple platforms.

During her time at Florida State University, Kara held public relations and editorial positions as well as internships across various local and campus publications. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Editing, Writing & Media.

Kara Mavros serves as Account Coordinator at Atrium PR. A writer, editor, and pop-culture enthusiast, she has many passions that translate directly into refining brand storytelling, fostering media relationships for clients, and staying on top of industry trends. 

Gabrielle Fratangelo serves as Senior Account Executive at Atrium PR. Utilizing her talent for writing and passion for storytelling, Gabrielle cultivates media relationships that generate exposure for clients.

Gabrielle has handled public relations and social media, on both the agency and client sides, specifically in the luxury accessories and beauty sectors. Prior to joining Atrium PR, Gabrielle was Junior Account Executive at Autumn PR,

Gabrielle Fratangelo

Senior Account Executive

Adrienne Scordato

Founder & CEO

Adrienne Scordato is a PR and corporate communications practitioner with over 20 years of experience across categories including:  health, fitness, non-profit and multiple facets of corporate professional services such as advertising, media, marketing, digital, ad tech, management consulting, advertising, coaching and executive search.

She has led communications for mid-sized to multibillion dollar publicly traded companies.  Some of these roles included working for MediaVest/Publicis (global media services/technology organization), Momentum (international experiential agency), T3 (US digital marketing firm) and Aegis Media (a global media and marketing services holding 

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company).  At all of these companies, Adrienne was responsible for PR and communications initiatives, both internally and externally.   Adrienne has also led communications and marketing for global executive search firms Cog Hill and Gundersen Partners.  She has a proven track record of securing media coverage across major business and consumer media along with industry trade publications.

Adrienne is a lymphoma survivor and is active in the non-profit community.  She took two years off from the corporate world to work for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, where she successfully negotiated media sponsorships and enhanced media dollars by over 160%.  The exposure resulted in a 40% increase in revenue.  Adrienne also managed the advertising campaign via a pro bono partnership with award winning ad agency strawberryfrog, creating the Affiliate's first TV PSA.

Adrienne began her career at Bozell Worldwide, moving quickly up the ranks from associate to director of public relations, leading the communications efforts in the U.S., for its global network of offices.  At the age of 27, she was the youngest representative in the company’s history overseeing pr efforts, nationally.

As an avid philanthropist, in addition to her years leading communications for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Adrienne has also served on the Board and multiple Executive Committees of the Leukemia Lymphoma Society and participated in the creation of a television special on ABC called Frosted Pink.  Frosted Pink was designed to drive education and early detection awareness with the pairing of famous figure skaters such as Nancy Kerrigan and musical artists including Joss Stone and Rascal Flatts, among others.

Additionally, Adrienne has managed the PR for InForm Fitness, a slow strength training method and studio with facilities across the country.  Adrienne secured coverage for InForm in Newsweek, Marie Claire, New York Post, NY Times and others, resulting in a successful book deal for founder Adam Zickerman entitled Power of 10. 

Ranked in the top 5% of the Fast Company Influencer Project, Adrienne is one of the most well connected women in public relations.  She has a B.A. in Journalism from Rutgers University.



A passionate writer and lover of creative advertising, Alette holds a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism) from the University of Technology Sydney, and has over nine years of experience in the media and communications industry across advertising, event and project management, journalism and public relations. She was previously Account Executive at Alison Mazzola Communications, where she worked across an array of high-profile client accounts and special events. Alette also served as a Project and Creative Events Manager for the most prestigious creative advertising awards show across Australasia (Australia, New Zealand and Asia), the AWARD Awards. 

Alette Winfield

​Senior Account Executive

a boutique agency, where she secured coverage in Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Style.com, among others. Prior to that role, Gabrielle was responsible for the social media efforts of Wonderland Beauty Parlor, an upscale salon and boutique, where she cultivated an online presence for the brand. Gabrielle has also worked for Mel Ottenberg Studio, a fashion and celebrity stylist, handling press relations.

While in college, Gabrielle completed internships at Elle, Marie Claire, and W Magazine in their fashion departments, and was the Editorial Intern of Footwear News, a trade publication. Gabrielle holds a Bachelor of Science degree from NYC's Fashion Institute of Technology.



Alette began her PR career in Australia as a Publicist for Sydney agency Kabuku PR, where she managed numerous accounts and high-end talent for clients across the lifestyle, arts and entertainment sectors including IMAX Sydney, Anchor Bay Entertainment Australia, Moonlight Cinema and Flying Bark Productions. She also assisted with the management of the publicity campaign for renowned Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli’s 2014 Australia tour. Alette has held an internship with Madison Magazine (Bauer Media) and was a freelance writer for online magazine Xpatnation.