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Who WE Are

Mueller Communications’ mission is to provide our clients access to a team of the best communicators and strategic problem-solvers around.

What's your favorite Restaurant?

Barnacle Buds

What's something that people might not know about you?

I am great at making latte art, but I hate coffee.

What's your favorite thing to do outside the office?

Anything outdoors! (Hiking, Camping, Backpacking, Skiing, Beekeeping, Paddleboarding, Campfires, Beach-bumming)


Hi there! My name is Jenny Gross — yes, it’s pronounced exactly how you think. I am an Associate at Mueller Communications.


From an early age, I was always reading, writing, and performing in local theater shows (a perfect childhood storm for public relations). But even though I loved all things communications, life at home was science-y: I was a right-brained girl living in a left-brained world.


Growing up with two scientists for parents, I remember having a periodic table on the fridge, a beta fish as a dining room table centerpiece, and being encouraged to memorize Latin and Greek derivatives. When I was in middle school, I started keeping honeybees with my dad. 


As I was attending Concordia University Wisconsin, my passion for both honeybees and communications collided when I became a public relations intern for the American Beekeeping Federation. During this internship, I travelled the country promoting honey and beekeeping via media interviews, press releases, lectures, blog posts, and articles for national publications. 


As you may have guessed, that internship is how I discovered my love for public relations. Through Concordia’s Business Scholars program, I completed my degree in Public Relations in May 2020. Like any Milwaukeean with a passion for PR, working at Mueller was a long-standing dream of mine. Here, I have the privilege of sharpening my skills while serving our incredible clients.


When not in the office, I love to be outside! If I’m not talking your ear off while showing you a beehive, you can find me skiing, backpacking, or hiking with an iced matcha in hand.

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