About Us Who we are

Bulletin Intelligence is the gold standard in providing intelligence to senior executives and government officials. Through our commitment to constant innovation, the highest standards of quality, and a client-first culture, we’ve grown to serve organizations across every industry and region of the world.

Our leadership

Michael Laxineta
Head of Global Insights

Erin Johnston
VP, Strategic Analysis Operations

Pat Callahan
Senior Managing Analyst

Seth Pardick
Senior Managing Analyst

Jennifer Gelosa
VP, Cision Insights

Chuck Green
VP, Strategic Operations

25+ years of media intelligence

Bulletin Intelligence is born, delivering a midday update on policy and politics to insiders on Capitol Hill.

Bulletin becomes the exclusive producer of the White House News Summary, the first external vendor trusted to brief the President and senior officials.

Launch of BulletinHealthcare and Bulletin Media to serve professional associations and their members.

Launch of patented Blackwing software to maximize production efficiencies.

Cision acquires Bulletin Intelligence to expand decision-making support for senior leaders

Delivers 200+ custom deliverables daily to global organizations across every sector.

Laxineta joined Bulletin Intelligence in 2013 and assumed the role of President in 2020. Prior, Laxineta was responsible for the Bulletin Healthcare and Bulletin Media subsidiaries, which deliver must-read daily briefings to more than one million members of the nation’s premier associations, including the American Medical Association. Laxineta began his career in newspaper publishing and has since held senior positions in market-leading business services and content marketing firms, where he focused on sophisticated and innovative bespoke solutions for customers operating across a range of industries. Laxineta holds a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and School of Engineering, and a Bachelor’s degree in Business from the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business.

Johnston joined Bulletin in 2004 as an entry-level analyst, editing network TV broadcasts. From there, she served as lead analyst on two of Bulletin’s first private sector briefings and later several federal clients. As AVP, she focuses her efforts on maximizing quality and efficiency for a continuously growing team. Johnston holds a B.A. in Middle Eastern studies from Franklin & Marshall College. 

Callahan has over two decades of experience with Bulletin Intelligence, starting as an analyst. In his current role, Callahan oversees a number of analyst teams and tracks team efficiency. Prior to joining Bulletin, he worked on a U.S. House of Representatives race and did campaign work for U.S. Senate campaigns on behalf of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. He holds a B.A. in both political science and history from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.

Pardick has dedicated his professional life to executive briefings, starting as an analyst in 2007. Today, he oversees several analyst teams, specializing in the healthcare industry. Pardick holds a B.A. and Masters in English from Slippery Rock University.

Gelosa joined Bulletin Intelligence in 2009 to drive its business development activities, resulting in an immediate surge in corporate clients. Today, she partners with colleagues in the Cision sales organization to introduce Cision’s executive briefing solution to new clients and prospects. Previously, Gelosa was VP of Sales at Serverside Graphics, a leading provider of software solutions for financial institutions, VP of Sales at PR Newswire, where she managed 155 staff members and approximately $70 million in annual revenues, and Account Manager for DataMonitor. She holds a BS in international management from the State University of New York.

Green joined Bulletin Intelligence in 2004 and has spent his entire career providing premium services to large organizations seeking to better understand their presence in the media and the broader developments impacting their operations. Green now oversees all new premium custom service development for Cision globally, including the scoping of needs, development of prototypes, and implementation of new services. Green holds a BA in Political Science from Stony Brook University.

Tomaszeski joined Bulletin Intelligence in 2007 as its first Client Relations Manager. Since then, he has built out a team responsible for ensuring clients receive the best executive briefing service in the industry. Previously, Tomaszeski headed a Web Development team for Northrop Grumman and served as the Finance Director for a leading political-training organization. He holds an MA in integrated marketing and communications management and a BA in English, both from Florida State University.

Orvetti joined the company in 2002 and led the weekend analyst team for six years before moving to his present role, launching new client briefings and overseeing analyst training and development. In addition to past media work for companies including NBC Universal, he created and edited an early award-winning political news blog during the 2000 election cycle. He holds a B.A. in politics and theology from Hampshire College.

Franch joined Bulletin Intelligence in 1999 and oversees the team of analysts during their overnight production. During his tenure, the operation has grown from a handful of analysts into a large team with four layers of management through which analysts advance their careers. Franch holds a PhD and MA in political science from Catholic University and a BA in political science from Winthrop University.

Mui joined Bulletin Intelligence in 2014 and oversees a team of analysts that delivers media measurement dashboards, research and analysis reports to Fortune 1000 clients across Cision Insights. Previously, Mui worked at Chandler Chicco Agency within the media measurement group, and prior to that, worked at Ogilvy, focusing on public health and healthcare public relations. Mui holds a B.S. in journalism from Boston University.

Gabor joined Bulletin Intelligence in 1995 and has run all editorial operations since, today overseeing the daily on-deadline delivery of nearly 200 custom deliverables. Gabor was previously a career federal employee during the administrations of Presidents Reagan, Bush and Clinton, holding policy positions in the offices of the Attorney General, Secretary of Energy, Secretary of Education, and State Department. Gabor, a past Finalist for the Arthur S. Fleming Award for Top Federal Employee of the Year, holds a Masters in foreign relations from Georgetown University and a BA in political science from Northwestern University.

Dietz serves as global CTO for Cision Insights. He joined Bulletin Intelligence as CTO in 2004. While our services are fundamentally built around expert human analysis, those efforts are made dramatically more efficient via complex in-house software systems including our analysts’ tool, named Blackwing. Prior to joining Bulletin Intelligence, Dietz was a Senior Principal/Senior Technical Architect with American Management Systems (AMS), where he specialized in creating large-scale, fully custom software solutions for Fortune 500 companies. He holds a BS in computer science from the University of Michigan.