Know what to say and how to say it  – BEFORE crisis starts

Ditch that binder of emergency plans and focus on what matters most. The Communications Golden Hour™ approach helps you respond effectively in the crucial first 60 minutes of any crisis.  

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“A hands-down must for public information officers”

Precision wordsmith Doug Levy knows first-hand what it takes not only to stay calm in a crisis but also how to communicate effectively, especially under pressure. From his days as a firefighter and EMT to leading communications at two of the nation’s top academic medical centers, Levy’s approach helps police, fire, city government, medical and university officials get essential information to the public when every minute counts.

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About Doug Levy

Focused when others scratch their heads.
“If there’s ever an emergency, we want Doug in the room,” is what many of his colleagues say.

His ability to rapidly identify the most important details and craft strategies to get information out fast has put him in the middle of front-page news as a journalist, university administrator, and communications advisor to public safety organizations.

As a reporter for USA Today, United Press International and other top-tier media outlets, Levy’s investigative reporting won numerous awards, including a Peabody.

In addition to his work with emergency services, Levy writes about health and technology for a variety of publications and commercial clients.

About Doug Levy

Focused when others scratch their heads.
“If there’s ever an emergency, we want Doug in the room,” is what many of his colleagues say.

His ability to rapidly identify the most important details and craft strategies to get information out fast has put him in the middle of front-page news as a journalist, university administrator, and communications advisor to public safety organizations.

As a reporter for USA Today, United Press International and other top-tier media outlets, Levy’s investigative reporting won numerous awards, including a Peabody.

In addition to his work with emergency services, Levy writes about health and technology for a variety of publications and commercial clients.

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