ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Rimjhim Dey is the owner and founder of DEY. and has spent over 20 years advising renowned organizations, authors and thought leaders, helping them build, enhance and promote their reputations. Known as the “thinking person’s” PR firm, Rimjhim and her team select clients carefully.
This exclusive list ranges from senior academic and corporate leaders to influential policymakers and economists, university deans, Fortune 500 executives and notable media titans, along with many international business leaders. Rimjhim advises corporate and nonprofit organizations including the United Nations, the Environmental Defense Fund, Harvard Business School, Boston Consulting Group, The Rockefeller Foundation and the Committee on Capital Markets Regulation.
DEY.’s client roster includes economists such as Glenn Hubbard, Dean of Columbia Business School; Jeffrey D. Sachs, one of the most influential economists of our times, and the Nobel Prize winner Michael Spence. Other clients include Israeli historian and author of mega best-seller, Sapiens, Yuval Harari; the Russian Oligarch Mikhail Prokhorov; Corinne Woods, Director of the UN Millennium Campaign; Peter Blair Henry, dean of NYU’s Stern School of Business; Ian Bremmer, founder of The Eurasia Group, Dr. Vivian S. Lee, CEO of The University of Utah Health Care and Laura Tyson, former head of the Council of Economic Advisors under President Bill Clinton.
Among the many bestselling books Rimjhim has publicized are Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari, Black Edge by Sheelah Kolhatkar, The Compass of Pleasure and Touch by David Linden, Myth of the Rational Market by Justin Fox, Dear Chairman by Jeff Gramm, and Unintended Consequences by Edward Conard.
Prior to launching DEY., Rimjhim held senior level corporate communications positions at consulting firms Accenture and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
She has served as co-chairman of BamFans, the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s young patron’s committee and was a consultant to Creative Time, New York City’s leading public arts presenter, and served on the organization’s Creative Council. Rimjhim is also on the Ambassador Council for the International Crisis Group.
Rimjhim has tremendous drive and creativity, and excellent contacts. She works remorselessly to generate interest in a story, and then never lets go–qualities that are invaluable given the intense competition that exists for the media's attention.
– MATTHEW BISHOP U.S. Business Editor and New York Bureau Chief, The Economist