About

About Us

Wellons Communications is an Orlando public relations firm and social media agency. We believe all companies—whether they are big or small—have a story to tell, and we’ve got the skills and experience to tell yours in a way that gets you noticed. Led by a multi-generational team of former journalists and PR pros, and with more than a decade in business, we bring the perspective of the newsroom to you—and we put it to work for you. We work in a variety of industries, and we provide a wide range of services, from digital marketing to crisis communications planning, to support your business. At Wellons Communications, we’re on your team. Learn more about who you’ll be working with below.

Our Team


Will Wellons
Will Wellons
President
Will is a strategic public relations professional who has worked with clients across a broad spectrum of industries in all facets of public relations. He founded Wellons Communications in 2006.
Lauren Sedam
Lauren Sedam
Account Supervisor
A former journalist, Lauren combines deep writing and editing expertise and newsroom experience with an operational mindset. She directs day-to-day agency traffic in her role as Account Supervisor at Wellons.
Brooke Jones
Brooke Jones
Account Executive
Whether she is writing content for a B2B client or crafting a social post for an entertainment client, Brooke aims to deliver excellence. She also directs the agency’s intern program.
Shelby Eiger
Shelby Eiger
PR Specialist
With an outgoing personality and can-do attitude, Shelby brings her best to serve clients. A natural at media relations, she has worked on national campaigns and local stories that matter.
Annie Lovelock
Annie Lovelock
Designer
From developing winning social strategy to designing beautiful visuals for print and digital, Annie brings together creative storytelling and quality execution to engage your brand's audience and tell your story.
Lucy Wellons
Lucy Wellons
Office Mascot / Security
Lucy heads up office morale and security at Wellons Communications. She takes this task seriously, greeting all office visitors with a warning bark, followed swiftly by a sweet tail wag.