Heather Mahoney


Heather Mahoney

Heather is an accomplished and innovative professional with extensive experience in all forms of media. She is a published journalist and has held positions in radio, editorial, and publishing – mostly multi-million dollar firms with Fortune 500 clientele. Having the experience behind the camera has proven to give her PR direction cognitive of how coverage is going to ultimately turn out.

Heather specializes in media/entertainment-focused public relations, graphic/website design, and event management/planning.

Published work includes, but is not limited to, select achievements: White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner (2010 & 2011); Interview – Clint Eastwood (2011); Interview – Presidents Carter, Bush Sr., Clinton and George W. (2011); Fashion Week – New York (2012 & 2013); Interview – Vogue Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour (2012); Interview – Barbara Walters (2013); etc.

Other notables Heather has covered include: Danny DeVito, Channing Tatum, Clinton Portis, MMA fighter Tito Ortiz, Sienna Miller, Rachel Nichols, Carrie Underwood, NBA superstar Kevin Durant, Larry King, Buzz Aldrin, Aretha Franklin, Maya Angelou, comedian Ron White, Ben Affleck, Sean Penn, Garth Brooks, Dave Matthews, Jane Goodall, Reba McEntire, Kim Kardashian, Tim Gunn, Kristin Davis, Donald Trump, George Clooney, Jordin Sparks, Marie Osmond, Darius Rucker, Steven Spielberg, Michelle Pfeiffer, Kristin Chenoweth, Chelsea Handler, Andy Roddick, John Goodman, and many more.

Heather has participated on committees including: District Sample Sale; Ladies DC; Men Against Breast Cancer, Becky’s Fund, Fashion for PawsThe Washington Humane Society, and she remains as an ambassador for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s National Capital Chapter. Her industry involvement has included: Public Relations Society of America, National Communication Association, and Ladies America among others.

Heather continues to write both personally and professionally and launched boutique PR/Marketing Agency, Haute Haus in Washington, DC.