Welcome to TriplePoint

We’re a premier public relations agency for innovative companies and products across the world.

OUR EXPERIENCE

 

TEAM

 

Eddiemae Jukes

Eddiemae Jukes

Partner

Andrew Karl

Andrew Karl

Account Supervisor

Erin Fan

Erin Fan

Senior Account Executive

Eliana Carmona

Eliana Carmona

Account Executive

Andrew Jepsen

Andrew Jepsen

Office Manager

Alan Dunton

Alan Dunton

Partner

Andy Rosenberg

Andy Rosenberg

Account Supervisor

Tom Price

Tom Price

Senior Account Executive

Molly Vorwerck

Molly Vorwerck

Account Executive

Quinn Wageman

Quinn Wageman

Account Director

Tristan Kruth

Tristan Kruth

Senior Account Executive

Valerie Turpin

Valerie Turpin

Senior Account Executive

Gentry Brown

Gentry Brown

Account Executive

Chris Schmidt

Chris Schmidt

Account Director

Jesse Henning

Jesse Henning

Senior Account Executive

Blair Bandeen

Blair Bandeen

Senior Account Executive

Surabhi Srivastava

Surabhi Srivastava

Account Executive

OUR CORE VALUES MAKE US DIFFERENT

Informed

We know what we’re talking about and want to learn more.

Influence

We are members of our industries, not mere vendors.

Culture

We are a rewarding place to work with inspiring colleagues.

Performance

We are high-performing competitors who win as a team.

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Eddiemae Jukes

Eddiemae joined TriplePoint in 2002 and is proud to be a ten-year veteran of the firm. Based in San Francisco, her expertise in PR ranges from consumer electronics and games to financial and education tech. She’s worked with clients including Livescribe, Nature Publishing, Electronic Arts, Yodlee and LEGO. In her role as partner/vice president, Eddiemae creates strategic plans, develops messaging, and provides counsel on product and corporate PR. She has spoken at industry events including Austin GDC and GCDC, and she organized the PR for Games Conference. Eddiemae holds a B.A. in communications from Stanford University.

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Andrew Karl

Andrew Karl is a senior account executive based in San Francisco. Having joined TriplePoint in June of 2011, Andrew brings several years of experience in both high-tech public relations and video game editorial, having helped co-found and run a gaming site for two years. While honing his craft at a high-tech agency, Andrew amassed extensive experience in the areas of media and analyst relations, running social media programs and campaigns, and spearheading corporate blogging initiatives. Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from the University of New Hampshire. A rabid soccer fan supporting Liverpool FC and the United States National Team, Andrew is generally playing FIFA or enjoying a deep RPG, intense RTS, or any game involving zombies.

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Jesse Henning

Jesse Henning was born and raised in the SF Bay Area, starting his games career in non-digital form by working with Settlers of Catan. Since then, Jesse has worked in gaming as a journalist, PR manager, marketing assistant, community manager, designer, QA lead, and in-game support provider. As a Senior Account Executive at TriplePoint, he specializes in crafting messaging, strategies, and content for clients, including official press materials, website copy, and social media. He’s a rogue who likes roguelikes, a sucker for indie bundles, and wants to trade Steam cards with you.

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Alan Dunton

Alan has focused his 15+ year career on creating marketing and communications campaigns for technology and entertainment companies. At TriplePoint, he works closely with clients and account teams to design programs that deliver high-quality, measureable results. Prior to joining TriplePoint, Alan was Bigpoint’s director of public relations for North America, responsible for introducing the German-based company to this market. Before Bigpoint, Alan helped launch The Multiverse Network, a virtual world platform company founded by a number of Netscape veterans that has since gone open-source. He began his career with a number of global communications firms, where he supported technology companies of every size and shape. Alan graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a B.S. in journalism and is eagerly awaiting more news about the sequel to Top Gun.

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Erin Fan

Erin is a Senior Account Executive in San Francisco and is the company’s only proud Canadian. Since picking up The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time in 1998, Erin has found personal guidance and self-actualization in the video games she plays. She joined TriplePoint in 2010 and has run campaigns encompassing all genres and platforms, fulfilling her true passion and defining her devotion to games. Outside of PR, Erin enjoys singing, dancing, speaking foreign languages (including Spanish, French, and Cantonese), attending video game conventions, and immersing herself in World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy, Pokémon, Assassin’s Creed, and League of Legends. Erin holds a B.A. in Communications from Northwestern University.

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Tom Price

Tom joined Triplepoint’s San Francisco office as a Senior Account Executive in 2014 after cutting his PR teeth with mobile games publisher Gameloft. Prior to that, Tom enjoyed a long career in the games enthusiast media as a journalist and editor for a number of well known outlets such as GamePro, X-Play, Official Xbox Magazine, GMR and Computer Gaming World. When he’s not regaling the staff with stories of ancient game industry lore as the resident (literal) graybeard, Tom enjoys cooking, rooting for the SF Giants and harassing people with pictures of his adorable infant son. He graduated from San Francisco State University with a B.A. in English.

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Eliana Carmona

Eliana is an account executive based in San Francisco. A Stanford grad with a BA in English, she came to TriplePoint out of love for writing and video games, and has also dabbled in the world of biotech – she competed on a national and international level for her work inducing transdermal insulin permeation. When it comes to games, she prioritizes plot as highly as gameplay, which draws her to storytellers and world-builders like Valve and Naughty Dog, although she still enjoys the occasional MMO (recovering WoW addict) or sandbox game.

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Surabhi Srivastava

Surabhi Srivastava is an Account Executive based in the San Francisco office. A resident of Cupertino, CA, Surabhi grew up surrounded by the Silicon Valley start-up culture and is passionate about new technology and innovation that can change lives. She was briefly enchanted by the glamorous nature of the entertainment industry and ran away to Los Angeles to study PR at the University of Southern California where she was fortunate enough to work for companies like Fox Television. After four years in the city of never ending traffic where “brunching” was a verb, she waved a bittersweet goodbye to the celebrities and started her career in the heart of the technology industry here in San Francisco. Surabhi’s very excited about the digital age and can’t wait to see where it takes the communications industry in the future. In her free time she takes Bollywood dance classes (#teamdiversity) and watches way more television than an average social human being should.

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Quinn Wageman

Quinn is an account director in TriplePoint’s San Francisco office and represents various technology and interactive entertainment companies spanning all major platforms and business models. Quinn helped open TriplePoint’s NYC office in 2007 before moving for the firm to California. Additionally, Quinn has accumulated over six years of business development and B2B sales experience including browser games with Arkadium, wireless communications with NTT DoCoMo, and international trading with ITOCHU. He is a graduate of the University of Missouri International Business program, holding a dual B.F.A. and B.S.B.A. with a minor in Japanese (business-level).

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Blair Bandeen

Blair Bandeen joined TriplePoint in 2013, and is a senior account executive based in New York. A Bay Area native, she dabbled briefly in venture capital at SoftBank Capital before making the shift to PR, where she applies her passions for strategy and writing. Blair works with clients in B2B and consumer tech, and also supports corporate communications for games clients. Outside of the office she is a travel junkie and dedicated foodie, and can often be found engaging in food tours of lower Manhattan. Blair received her B.A. from Dartmouth College.

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Andrew Jepsen

Andrew Jepsen is the office manager of the San Francisco office, which is a fancy way of saying he makes sure there are enough staples and moves heavy boxes when no one else wants to. His background includes two years of public relations for digital and nonprofit clients including TRUSTe and the California Academy of Sciences, writing for a music magazine, and herding horses across the high planes of Idaho. When not providing his home brewed beer to the SF office, he can be found writing or playing games, like Silent Hill 2 for the fifteenth time. He holds a B.A. in creative writing from the University of Utah.

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Chris Schmidt

Chris Schmidt joined TriplePoint in late 2013 as an Account Director based in the agency’s San Francisco office. With a deep interest in gaming and tech, Chris has spent his eight year PR career developing and executing strategic communications and social media campaigns for the likes of Telltale Games, Trion Worlds, and most recently Riot Games where he lead PR efforts for the globally popular multiplayer online battle arena game, League of Legends. Hailing from Southern California, Chris has made a slow trek north to the Bay Area, making a brief Central Coast stop for his B.A. in Political Science at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

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Tristan Kruth

Tristan is a senior account executive based in San Francisco. Born and raised in Silicon Valley, he didn’t choose the tech life — it chose him. On top of a love for gaming and tech cultivated by a childhood in the technological center of the world, Tristan has a soft spot for the classic video games of his youth and thinks everyone on earth should play Heroes 3. When not working on PR campaigns for the entire range of TriplePoint’s broad client expertise, Tristan enjoys cooking, trying to golf, and supporting the full panoply of his favorite sports teams (most notably the San Jose Sharks). He graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in History.

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Valerie Turpin

Valerie first joined TriplePoint’s New York team as an intern and now serves as a senior account executive. Born and raised in sunny Southern California, she ventured east to learn more about this strange phenomenon called “snow.” She has a background in entertainment journalism, which sparked her passion for writing, and she is unequivocally passionate about all forms of storytelling. A lifelong gamer with a particular love for The Legend of Zelda, Banjo-Kazooie and Halo, she is thrilled to support up-and-coming and established franchises find their place in the ever-evolving games industry. Valerie holds a BA in Cinematic Arts – Critical Studies from the University of Southern California.

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Gentry Brown

Gentry is an SF-based Account Executive for TriplePoint, who reps consumer tech and gaming clients. Initially interested in the journalistic side of the coin (with stints at NYU’s Washington Square News and the Orange County Register) she rose to the challenge of representing clients in the ever-changing space that is technology and games, and became enamored with the fun of presenting and promoting them in a similarly dynamic fashion. After graduating from New York University in 2014 with a BS in Media, Culture and Communications, Gentry decided to head back to her native California for endless enchiladas, the ability to camp year-round, but mostly to be in the epicenter of tech culture.

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Molly Vorwerck

Molly Vorwerck joined TriplePoint as an account executive in the San Francisco TriplePoint office in 2014. A lover of all things Faulkner, Molly joined the world of PR after receiving her B.A. in American Studies from Stanford University with distiction and honors, having written her senior thesis on the Elvis the Pelvis. An avid news junkie and Orange County native, Molly has previously worked at The Orange County Register and USA Today, as well as reported for The San Jose Mercury News and Orange Coast Magazine. While at Stanford, Molly was a managing editor of her college newspaper, Director of News at the radio station and a peer writing tutor. While not editing, writing or expanding her gaming knowledge beyond the Sims 3, Molly can be found scouring the Mission District for burritos, fawning at cat GIFs or singing along to classic rock in her car — when no one is listening of course.

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Andy Rosenberg

Andy Rosenberg is an Account Supervisor based in New York. A native East Coaster hailing from the Garden State, Andy currently focuses on business development, marketing and strategic analysis with an emphasis on early-mid/late stage tech startups. In addition to working with a variety of purely tech-focused startups, Andy has spent time in the restaurant industry serving as Head of Marketing and Brand Strategy for the popular The Meatball Shop restaurants located across New York City. Outside of the office, Andy is an avid fan of trips to the beach to surf, playing basketball, dogs in general, obscure Seinfeld references, and despearately rooting for New York sports teams (with a side of Manchester United soccer). Andy holds a degree in Marketing from New York University.

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