Consultant, Eastern PA
Dennille Schuler serves as a consultant for Ceisler Media, supporting our client work in Philadelphia, Harrisburg and the Lehigh Valley. She brings a familiarity with the area and an expertise in media campaigns, issue management and community relations.
This is Dennille’s second stint with the firm. She worked from 2008-15, finishing as a senior associate – managing accounts, directing long-term projects and implementing statewide communications plans for clients.
One of her proud moments came when she secured key earned media for The Arc of Delaware County supporting the successful campaign for the Adult Protective Services Law to protect adults with intellectual disabilities from abuse and neglect.
In recent years she worked at Penn State Lehigh Valley handling public relations and serving as the main media contact. At the same time, she earned a master’s degree in higher education from Penn State’s World Campus.
“We've never lost touch with Dennille and always hoped she'd return,” Larry Ceisler said upon her rejoining the firm in spring 2021. “She's proof that nobody ever leaves us forever."
Dennille grew up in Allentown. She graduated summa cum laude from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a BS in broadcast journalism and minor in American history. She was a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society and National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
She and her husband, Austin, live in Allentown with their three young daughters and beagle-hound rescue named Boomer.
Dennille and her husband began dating as high school sophomores and have been together for 20 years.
She studied ballet, tap and jazz for two decades. She began as a member of a competitive studio team in Allentown and later danced at Syracuse as part of the university’s largest student-run organization.
Dennille is a big Saturday Night Live fan. She and her husband have won tickets to be in the audience twice - most recently in May 2021 for the show’s season finale which was the first time the show had a full studio audience all season due to COVID.