IN THE PUBLIC EYE COMMUNICATIONS is devoted to illuminating the voices of international and domestic change. Our clients are working to improve the lives of people around the world through public policy, the arts, and various forms of media. We design message driven events, media relations trainings, effective websites and video production to help our clients build relationships with their most important stakeholders. We have constructed Presidential Inaugural Galas, annual conferences, private dinners and Embassy parties. Our clients have appeared on every major television and radio network. We negotiated for MSNBC to broadcast an entire afternoon of live programming from our client’s urban farm site and have had great success getting clients invited to deliver TED Talks.
Joia Jefferson Nuri is the Founder and CEO of In The Public Eye Communications. Joia began her media work as a technician for NBC, then CBS News. She was the first Black women to be Technical Director of Face The Nation. She moved on to produce for BET, PBS and NPR affiliates and local television stations in Washington, as well as C-SPAN. Joia worked as an independent reporter in West Africa covering the democracy movements in Ivory Coast and Nigeria. She brings a vast knowledge of the inner workings of world politics and international newsrooms to each client. Joia delivered a keynote address on race and sports in Vienna before the full body of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and testified before a Congressional House subcommittee on aid to Haiti. She also serves as a political analyst on several network and local news programs and writes a blog on the impact of historical and cultural images on politics today.
Joia is an excellent Master of Ceremonies and voice over artist. She has voiced a special exhibit for the Smithsonian and can be heard as a radio and television announcer. Her voice over resume tape reflects the broad spectrum of her experience. Listen to her demo.