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Trident DMG is a strategic communications, public relations, and crisis management firm. We fiercely advocate for our clients and have three touchstones: be the smartest; work the hardest; and deliver the most. We master our clients’ businesses, leveraging communications to help them achieve their goals. We advise leading innovators, disruptors, and investors, Fortune 500s, global CEOs, and life-changing NGOs.

 

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Lanny J. Davis

Co-Founder and Partner

Joshua P. Galper

Co-Founder and Partner

Adam W. Goldberg

Co-Founder and Partner

Eleanor S. McManus

Co-Founder and Partner

Alex Lange

Senior Director

Keegan Bales

Director

Liz Squire

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Caroline Beckmann

Director

Emily Seeley

Senior Account Manager

Lincoln Zweig

Senior Account Manager

Simone Jackenthal

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Isabella Grande

Account Manager

Marc Shapiro

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Talha Jilani

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Andrew Ricci

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Mark White

Senior Media Strategist

Maddie Melendez

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Victoria Batts

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How to Tell Customers Bad News

When managing a crisis, communication skills are often contradicted by the human instinct to put the best light on bad news. Specifically, there are three natural, human reactions that frequently guide how companies and organizations deliver bad news to customers. The first is that, instead of speaking in plain language, they will try to sugarcoat […]

Trader Joe’s Calm Rebuttal

In July, Trader Joe’s found itself in a position familiar to corporate America in recent months – a viral social media campaign leveled serious accusations against the brand and demanded immediate action. In Trader Joe’s case, a viral petition called for the grocery chain to “remove racist branding and packaging from its stores,” referencing Trader […]

What Companies Can Learn From Nike

In the wake of the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many others at the hands of police, many companies that previously shied away from incorporating social issues like the Black Lives Matter movement into their branding and marketing have embraced them to make their positions on these seismic matters clear to consumers. However, […]

Biden’s Non-Apology

Earlier this year, Joe Biden reached out to Anita Hill, the young law professor who famously testified that then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas had sexually harassed her. Biden presided over Thomas’s confirmation hearings, during which Hill was mocked, degraded, and humiliated. During the phone call, Biden expressed “regret for what she endured” and “admiration for everything she has done to change the culture around sexual harassment in this country.” Biden, however, failed to directly apologize for his role in how she was treated, leaving Hill “deeply unsatisfied.”

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