Victoria Jett

Senior Account Executive


“No Risk, No Reward”


A natural networker with five years of experience in the PR game, Victoria Jett is the perfect fit for the agile and dynamic role of a senior account executive at Red Fan.

As if managing multiple accounts at a time, mentoring junior staff and hopping in to provide counsel on overall client success isn’t enough, Victoria is consistently upping the ante with journalist relations, spending time in the trenches of pitching and perfecting her account management game.

When she’s not working (which is rare, considering she’s always looking for opportunities to benefit our clients) you can find her spending time being the favorite aunt to her nieces and nephews, unwinding with a glass of malbec or exploring her favorite Austin landmarks, including Town Lake and Matt’s El Rancho (which definitely counts as a landmark).

Victoria’s experience is robust and continues to aid her as she moves forward in her career. Directly out of college, Victoria moved to New York to nanny for the former CEO of Barnes & Noble. From there, she worked for a B2B tech agency, where she became well-versed in a previously unfamiliar field. She followed that with a position at Tiffany & Co. coordinating media relations efforts. After a three-year stint in New York, the Dallas native decided to pursue a career closer to her family, which landed her in Austin with us. Evident through her professional journey, Victoria’s best career advice is, “Don’t be afraid to take a chance.”


"The Red Fan team is honest, smart, creative and nimble with top-notch writing, media relations and strategic partner development capabilities. With their counsel, our consistent earned media coverage in Austin has resulted in a significant increase in both user acquisition and Metropia’s brand awareness."

— Cynthia McGrail, director of marketing and PR, Metropia


"Red Fan Communications helped us look at our current work and potential to have greater impact in the community we work with and serve. They helped with not just a shift in thinking, but also a mindset change as to how powerful messages not only make something clear and tangible but also motivating and inspirational."

— Richard Tagle, CEO, Andy Roddick Foundation


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