Noam has been in communications for 30 years, in politics, on the corporate side, at a non-profit and in the agency world specializing in business development as an independent consultant, at a small firm and two Top-5 worldwide firms. In addition to his extensive business development background, he has been a writer for just about every kind of assignment – communications plans, speeches, op-eds, proposals, presentations, crisis, press materials, policy papers, marketing materials, internal comms, video scripts, annual reports, blog posts, trade show and event materials, newsletters, agency marketing and promotion, corporate narratives and more.
Caitlin Fitzpatrick specializes in connecting brands with the resources they need. For the last fifteen years, she has worked on both the agency and client sides to build and grow brands and organizations. Her background in market research supports her expertise in brand development, supported with measurement principles.
Peter Fleischer–Of Counsel
Can you handle the truth?
Peter Fleischer has spent the past three decades sharing hard-earned truths with Brand Managers, Agency Leaders, Political Candidates, Corporate Executives and PR Professionals about Growth, How to Tell the Best Story and What it Takes to Win. He’s been a news reporter, head of Corporate strategy at a multi-billion dollar global company, an organizational change agent, master trainer, presentation coach, Congressional Chief of Staff, media relations expert, Big Agency office director and worldwide director of new business at one of the biggest PR agencies in the world. Truth is, when it comes to creating stories that win, he’s done everything but become cynical.
Using a combination of practical plain speak, humor, high IQ and even higher EQ — and a whole lot of cool pop culture references, he’s risen to the top of every organization he’s been associated with — and made sure to have a lot of fun along the way.
While he retired from the big agency world at the end of 2019, he’s been convinced to take on a few challenging projects in 2020 with a focus on helping clients win new business in the marketplace through a unique (are we supposed to say bespoke?) blend of training, coaching and deep (yet painless!) organizational forensics.
Only the fun need apply.
Phil is an art director with more than 25 years of experience, merging the aesthetic with the practical; reconciling the client’s big picture with the details that can make the difference; and managing budget and timeline so there are no surprises.
Phil is responsible for multimedia (photography, animation, video, music, voice-over) concept, design and production that includes: brochures, websites, logos, brand identity, direct response marketing, consumer print advertising, posters, storyboards, newsletters, campaign collateral, tradeshow exhibits and more. His clients have included national and international organizations in non-profits, public affairs, technology, government and others.