Anita Chatterjee is the founder and CEO of A-Game Public Relations, a bi-costal firm representing celebrities, business leaders, venture capital firms, and innovative technology and consumer packaged goods companies. A-Game Public Relations transforms clients into household names through top-tier media placements and creative partnerships.
Chatterjee built the profiles of several notable personalities, including Rohan Oza, Guest Shark on ABC’s hit show Shark Tank, and Grammy award-winning artist Ne-Yo through his investments in startups like the Holberton School of Software Engineering.
Investment clients have included CAVU Venture Partners, labeled “the hottest venture firm in the CPG space” by CNBC’s Squawk Box, and Trinity Ventures, early stage investors in Starbucks and Jamba Juice. Other clients have included ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia; Bai antioxidant drinks, acquired by Dr. Pepper for $1.7 billion; and Gobble, the originator of the 15-minute gourmet dinner-kit.
Chatterjee created a partnership between her client Gobble and Celebrity Chef Crystal Smith and appeared on the E! network Show Platinum Life. Chatterjee also appeared on the CNBC show Consumed, which resulted in her restaurant client landing a positive review by renowned food critic Michael Kaminar of the NY Daily News.
Before founding A-Game, Chatterjee orchestrated PR campaigns for celebrities including Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Rihanna while working as an executive at Desi Hits, a start-up backed by entertainment mogul Jimmy Iovine. When Chatterjee received the “Sexy & Successful” award by the most prominent South Asian magazine in North America, Anokhi, celebrity photographer Nigel Barker stated, “Anita is not afraid. She doesn’t wait for things to happen, but rather makes them happen.”
Chatterjee has a Master’s in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University.