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CrisisComm LLC is a crisis communications firm of professionals who have experienced a variety of crises involving a range of organizations from universities, to emergency service agencies, to governmental entities. 


Our focus is on the crucial communications needed during any kind of internal or external crises. 


We have decades of experience, including working in the media, governmental and community relations, emergency services and higher education. This diverse knowledge makes us well suited to provide clients with the information, strategies and advice they need. 


We provide planning, real-time advice, and after-action reviews.


Pre-crisis planning includes review of any existing crisis communication plans, preparation of plans based on the agency's needs, and media training.


During a crisis, services include reviewing internal and external communications, and on-site guidance.

After-action reviews include detailed analysis of the organization's response and recommendations for communications in future crises.

For every organization, it’s not a question of “if” a crisis will occur; it’s a question of when. And when that happens, organizations need to be prepared to respond. 


Ensuring you effectively and efficiently communicate your message, however, is not easy. CrisisComm LLC can help before, during and after a crisis. 


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Read my quotes in article . . .

Read my quotes in article . . .


Several of my quotes were used in a story Wednesday, March 30, on The article by Senior Contributor Edward Segal was titled “Disney Ramps Up Its Corporate Activism By Seeking To Repeal New ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Law.”


The article focuses on efforts by The Walt Disney Company to work to help repeal the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” legislation signed into law this week by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. It features comments from several other experts in the crisis communication, legal and marketing fields on the impact Disney’s efforts will have on its brand and image.


The article is available at

I was quoted recently in an article about ways to improve safety on college and university campuses. The article was posted on


In my comments, I said every student needs to understand from the first day they walk on campus, or earlier, that their safety is a cooperative effort between them and the university.


I suggest that when they are accepted or when they start their first year, they take an online quiz about safety. This quiz would include basic questions about walking in pairs, not wearing headphones while walking after dark, and include questions specifically tailored to their university. If they fail, the university should provide them with additional one-on-one information to help keep them safe.


The university should also allow the parents to take the same quiz so they can reinforce proper safety procedures with their students.


The full article is available at
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