Teena Touch has 24 years of experience in strategic communications, public relations, crisis communications, and journalism. Touch specializes in B2B technology communications with deep experience in cybersecurity, enterprise software, cloud, storage, fintech, mobile, online brands, and consumer electronics. Touch is a traditional storyteller who concentrates on earned media coverage to help technology companies tell their story and build their brand in a way that moves their business forward.
Touch started her career as a reporter at Computer Technology Review and then as a production assistant for The Disney Channel. Landing in PR by accident at Bender/Helper Impact, Touch has also worked with Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide, Weber Shandwick and Blanc & Otus. Touch also filled the corporate communications leadership roles at Internet and public software companies. Touch started her own Public Relations firm in 2009 in the San Francisco Bay Area. The firm was profitable after 6 months and was acquired by Double Forte in 2012. Today, Touch works with technology brands to elevate their media share of voice.