Gregg Sullivan

CEO, Sullivan and Partners

Gregg Sullivan founded Sullivan + Partners in 2007, and in the years since he and his team have worked with #1 bestselling and notable authors in fiction and nonfiction, across genres. Gregg and his team have conceived, planned and executed over 75 marketing, advertising and publicity campaigns that have resulted in New York Times and USA Today bestsellers, including multiple #1 New York Times bestsellers. Before launching Sullivan + Partners in 2007, Gregg Sullivan was Director of Marketing and Promotions for the REGAN division of HarperCollins Publishers, reporting to CEO Judith Regan.   There, he directed marketing and/or publicity campaigns for New York Times bestsellers Son of a Witch by Gregory Maguire, Somebody’s Gotta Say It by Neil Boortz, The Confession by James McGreevey, The Seventeen Traditions by Ralph Nader, Breaking Back by James Blake, My Secret by Frank Warren and The Zero by National Book Award finalist Jess Walter, among many others. Prior to his post at HarperCollins, Sullivan served as Associate Director of Publicity at St. Martin’s Press.  In his tenure at St. Martin’s Press, Gregg executed the publicity campaigns for #1 New York Times bestsellers in each of the major categories —Running with Scissors by Augusten Burroughs (Nonfiction), The Nanny Diaries by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus (Fiction) and Atkins for Life by Robert Atkins, M.D. (Advice/Misc.).