Mitch Schneider Organization’s Marcee Rondan Promoted To Partner, Firm Rebrands As SRO PR

Marcee Rondan, executive vice president of Mitch Schneider Organization, is promoted to partner and MSO PR will rebrand as Schneider/Rondan Organization (SRO PR),  Mitch Schneider announced today (June 5), in advance of the company’s 25th anniversary in 2020.

MSO PR will transition all its properties including website, social media platforms and email to SRO PR.

Rondan has certainly earned her stripes, first joining forces with Schneider as an intern in 1989 at Levine/Schneider Public Relations after graduating from the University of California at Irvine. She was promoted to vice president at MSO in 1997, senior vice president in 2000 and executive VP in 2014. 

“Marcee has been a guiding light at MSO since the company’s inception in 1995, and I’m truly excited to officially welcome her as Partner,” says Schneider in making the announcement. “She’s been involved in key decisions about the company and its clients as well as overseeing employee policies that have strengthened us. This is all on top of Marcee being a terrific publicist who builds dynamic campaigns for our clients and expertly manages their best interests through the unpredictable scenarios that emerge in this 24/7 business. Her promotion opens a whole new chapter for the company.”

Marcee Rondan
– Marcee Rondan

SRO, which maintains offices in Los Angeles and Nashville, boasts an eclectic clientele and Rondan will continue to represent America, Brian Setzer Orchestra, The Cult, Godsmack, Heart, Ozzy Osbourne, Rickie Lee Jones, the Stray Cats, and the Zappa Family Trust, along with such festivals as Made In America (Philadelphia), Ohana (Dana Point, Calif.) and Exit 111 (Manchester, Tenn.).

“So very proud to call Mitch ‘partner,'” Rondan says. “He’s been an inspiration to me and our entire staff, past and present, for years and I look forward to working alongside him as we continue to grow our business. It’s been an amazing experience so far and I’m happy to take on this role in an office in my beloved San Fernando Valley, where I grew up.”