Rayman Communications is a full-spectrum communications consultancy based in South Florida. We specialize in public relations, corporate communication, e-mail/e-newsletter marketing, social media and networking, association management, and freelance writing.
Since 2001, Rayman Communications has helped its clients establish, grow, repair, and maintain their identities through a variety of communications strategies and tactics.
Jason Rayman, President
Jason Rayman has been practicing public and community relations in South Florida since 1993.
He began his career with The Pantin Partnership; one of Miami’s most successful and innovative independent PR firms throughout the 1990s. During his tenure, Rayman’s key responsibility was the marketing and development of Ford Motor Company’s “Salute to Education” program; the largest private scholarship initiative in Florida. Rayman directed the program’s launch, expansion from Miami-Dade into Broward County, and annual scholarship awards banquets, which gathered more than 1,500 guests each year and featured speakers such as Don Shula, former coach of the Miami Dolphins.
In 1999, Rayman joined BellSouth.net as a community advocate, managing the telecommunications giant’s online community relations program in South Florida. In this position, Rayman was responsible for raising awareness of BellSouth’s free web site offering to non-profit organizations and community groups, and training those groups on the use of the web site platform. After leaving BellSouth.net in 2001, he founded Rayman Communications.
Rayman earned his bachelor of science degree in Communication from Florida State University in 1993. He is a member of the founding class of Miami’s New World School of the Arts, where he earned his high school diploma and associate of arts degree in Theater in 1990.
In his spare time, Rayman enjoys reading, fitness, fantasy sports, social advocacy, and spending time with his family. He serves on the Anti-Defamation League’s Florida Regional board and the Ford “Salute to Education” scholarship judging committee.