About Us

In my 25 years as an editor, writer, and project manager, I’ve learned that success in the communications business boils down to one concept: making my clients happy.

Seems obvious, right? Well, not necessarily. Early in my career, like many young communications professionals (especially those of us who graduated from journalism schools), I was focused on delivering snappy, stellar copy—copy that someday could make it into the pages of The New Yorker. But copy that would make the New York literati swoon wasn’t what my clients needed. They needed content that told their story to their audience.

Shortly into my 10-year stint as the editorial director of a custom publishing company, I saw the light. I wouldn’t say my journalist pride slid away—it was redirected. I soon delighted in carefully crafting copy and directing graphic designers in helping our clients deliver their message and fulfill their mission.

Since I launched Krentzman Communications in 2007, I’ve been fortunate to work with dozens of wonderful clients in many different content areas, from health and wellness to affordable housing development and business leadership. I take great joy in meeting the challenge of strategizing with my clients and creating engaging content for communication vehicles that lead to their desired outcomes.

As for The New Yorker?  Let’s just say I’m still holding out hope.

In 2007, I hired Jackie to launch Diversity Woman magazine, a national quarterly print and digital publication  ​focused on business leadership development, targeted to women entrepreneurs and leaders in Fortune 1000 companies. Jackie has served as editor-in-chief ever since, and has done a terrific job working with me to strategize on the editorial calendar, as well as developing content, assembling and managing a talented team of freelance writers and editors, and leading  the creative team on the execution of the publication.​  Jackie is a pleasure to work with; she has a high EQ and is solution oriented.

Sheila Robinson, Publisher and CEO, Diversity Women Media

Current and Past Clients

  • TNDC (Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation)
  • Public Health Institute
  • Goodwill San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin
  • Castlight Health
  • San Francisco Jewish Community Federation
  • UC Berkeley
  • Haas School of Business
  • Diversity Woman Media
  • San Francisco Heritage
  • California Health Report
  • Public Profit
  • Sunset Publications
  • Stanford Alumni Association
  • San Francisco Giants
  • Alta Bates Hospital
  • San Francisco Jewish Family and Children’s Services
  • Jewish Community Relations Council