About Us

Ed Hunter, co-founder of Hunter Communications, brings more than 20 years of communications experience to bear on every project. He was a writer and business editor for the Florida Business Journal, a Gainesville-based newspaper; reporter for the South Dade News Leader in Homestead, Fl and marketing coordinator for PBS&J (Post, Buckley, Schuh and Jernigan), an international engineering consulting firm. From PBS&J he went on to work as Publications Manager for Digital Matrix Services, a Miami-based software firm that developed InfoCAD, a GIS software package that was instrumental in the recovery from Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Mr. Hunter was a news writer and editor for the University of Florida's News and Public Affairs division and IFAS (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences) Communications Services. 

Toby Hunter, co-founder of Hunter Communications, brings a wealth of experience in both communications and education to the firm.   Ms. Hunter's experience in education and the public sector gives the firm unparalleled insight into these two areas. As Director of B'nai Israel Day School and Religious School and Education Director of Temple Shir Shalom Religious School, she regularly produced numerous newsletters, fliers, brochures and handbooks.  For six years, Ms. Hunter produced the quarterly newsletter for Child Care Resources, Inc. which had a mailing list of more than 5000 people statewide.  She is a regular contributor to various local publications. She also designs advertisements for print publications.  She continues to work closely with the academic community in Alachua County, and currently concentrates on the school readiness and prekindergarten programs. 

Scott Hunter is Senior Writer/Editor with the firm. He is a recent English graduate from the University of Florida with a specialization in editing. His work experience includes an internship with the City of Gainesville during which he wrote all promotional copy for the 2005 Hoggetowne Medieval Faire.

Publications. Public Relations. Communications.