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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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Joshua P. Galper

Co-Founder and Partner

Adam W. Goldberg

Co-Founder and Partner

Eleanor S. McManus

Co-Founder and Partner

Alex Lange

Senior Vice President

Lincoln Zweig

Senior Director

Taylor Pearson

Director

John Fisher

Associate Director

Katie Owens

Associate Director

Abby Kleman

Senior Associate

Claire Rosenwinkel

Associate

Maddie Melendez

Director of Human Resources

Ebony Rempson

Office Manager
Lawdragon 2023 – 100 Global Leaders in Legal Strategy and Consulting
Top Ranked in Chambers Litigation Support 2023 – Trident DMG
WWPR – Washington Women in Public Relations
Top Women in PR Awards – 2021 Honoree
Ranked in Chambers Litigation Support 2023 – Joshua P. Galper
Ranked in Chambers Litigation Support 2023 – Adam Goldberg
Ranked in Chambers Crisis and Risk Management 2023 – Trident DMG
Ranked in Chambers Crisis and Risk Management 2023 – Adam Goldberg
Ranked in Chambers Crisis and Risk Management 2023 – Joshua P. Galper
PRSA National Capital Chapter

Reporters and Anonymity: Two Tales

Written by Adam Goldberg, Co-Founder The last several weeks have seen notable episodes involving anonymous sourcing. In one instance, journalists have called out the dangers of being forced to reveal their anonymous sources while, in the other, reporters decried a journalist who used anonymous sources to write what they say are false things about those […]

Finding Your Voice: A Guide for Brands Navigating Contentious Issues

Written by Trident DMG Much has been reported about brands’ struggles with whether to publicly engage with contentious social issues. Recent research provides helpful guidance. In Citizen brand: The emergence of brandstanding as organizational engagement and civic duty, Luke Capizzo and Jeannette I. Iannacone find that companies should tick four boxes when taking a public […]

When a Reporter Doesn’t Call

Written by Adam Goldberg, Co-Founder One scenario we commonly face is when a client learns a reporter is investigating it before the reporter calls the client. The clues can emerge in various ways. Perhaps a reporter messaged employees on LinkedIn or through social media. Typically, the client instinct in these instances – and that of […]