In the digital era, the speed of risk and the potential for far-reaching reputational consequences have never been greater. Organizations can no longer afford to have only a crisis plan; they must have a crisis capability. So how do companies operate and protect their reputations in this new normal? This panel will cover lessons learned from some recent real-world examples
Matthew Harrington has more than 20 years experience in public and financial relations,
counseling both U.S. and international companies. He currently is president of the
Eastern Region including Atlanta and the New York office, the firm’s largest office with
ten business units. In addition Matthew serves as chair of the firm’s corporate practice
encompassing reputation manageme...more
Company:Microsoft Latin America
Position:Corporate Communications Director
Victor runs the regional Corporate Image & PR functions for Microsoft Latin America, based off regional offices in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, from where he represents all countries in the region as a member of the Worldwide PR Team within Microsoft Corporate Communications group.
As part of this role, Victor’s responsibilities include making company information broadly and easil...more
Peter Marino has nearly 20 years of experience in public
relations and strategic consulting. As the VP-Communications for
MillerCoors, Marino oversees Brand PR, Media Relations, Employee
Communications, Sales and Distributor Communications, Meetings and Events and
Corporate Social Media.
He began his career at Cramer-Krasselt wor...more
Position:vp of corporate communications and public affairs
Sheffer oversees external and internal communications and provides strategic communications advice to GE executives on a full range of corporate reputation issues. In his public affairs role, Sheffer works with external groups and individuals to foster understanding of GE policies and businesses.
Sheffer joined GE in 1999 after 17 years in journalism and government communicati...more