Mary coaches leaders in the profit and not-for profit sectors around the world. Dubbed the corporate executive’s “Communications Guru” by The New York Times, Mary is the author of Communication Counts: Business Presentations for Busy People and contributes to a FORTUNE magazine blog aimed at top executives. Mary launched CCG in 2000, after more than 20 years in television news. As a reporter and anchor for NBC in New York, she won six EMMIES, as well as the prestigious Sigma Delta Chi award for investigative reporting. Watch Mary in Action
Dan Broden excels at working with the most challenging subjects and spokespeople. The former head of the Communications Training Network at Ketchum PR, Dan’s career as a coach follows an eight-year career in TV including work as a Court TV news anchor, commentator, and producer. Dan lectures on communications topics, most recently at Columbia, and Rutgers University. He earned his B.A. from Brown University and his law degree from The George Washington University Law School. Watch Dan in Action
Veteran NBC news anchor Jane Hanson is a global media and presentation coach who excels at improving not only what clients say but how they say it. Her expertise is polishing delivery style—in particular getting you video ready, whether you are invited on TODAY, Bloomberg TV, creating content for your web site or You Tube, doing interviews on stage or speaking to an auditorium full of people—all situations that can live on for posterity thru today’s digital media. Jane will help you feel confident and in control. Her TV journalism career spans 30 years, nine Emmys, and numerous other accolades. Watch Jane in Action
Manny Ramos can solve your communication worries; whether it’s the brilliant executive with presentation limitations or the one who makes you nervous when he talks to a reporter. A six time Emmy Winner with more than 30 years of broadcast and public speaking experience, Manny has successfully coached executives from some of the nation’s leading corporations. His clients include leaders in the profit and not for profit sectors. He even trains other media and presentation coaches. Watch Manny in Action
Max Gomez, PhD, is a veteran medical reporter and communications coach. He specializes in helping healthcare professionals and executives speak with more impact whether delivering a keynote address, talking to regulators or to the media. Max taps from his many years as a Health and Science TV reporter for WCBS and WNBC in New York City. He’s received six Emmys, a national journalism award from the Leukemia Society, and was named the American Health Foundation’s ‘Man of the Year’. He serves on the national board of directors for the American Heart Association and on the advisory board of the Hope and Heroes Children’s Cancer Fund. He is the co-author of The Prostate Health Program: A Guide to Preventing and Controlling Prostate Cancer.
Jim Gray is a speaker, writer, and communication skills coach based in Toronto. He works with clients throughout North America to better communicate with clarity and power. A former journalist with The Toronto Star and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Gray has been counseling clients on their communication strategies for more than 20 years. He contributes articles on communicating effectively to The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper, and just published his first book, How Leaders Speak.
Alexander Kippen is a veteran communications coach who makes sure that clients polish skills and enjoy the process. Armed with a broad journalism background, he was a producer for political talk-show host John McLaughlin and covered the U.S. Congress, and the White House for Canadian television and Fox News. He has contributed reports to CNN and National Geographic, and has written for The Washington Monthly. Alexander was a foreign policy and economics graduate of George Washington and Johns Hopkins Universities.
Michael Sigman is a presentation and media trainer, consultant and keynote speaker, specializing in executive and leadership level presence. Michael brings 16-years of experience in news reporting to his communications sessions. He has experience across business sectors and all levels of government. Over the years Michael developed a specialty in simplifying language and enhancing speaker connectivity. After receiving a B.A. in Radio, Television & Film from Temple University, Michael’s broadcast journalism career began in Philadelphia as a news- planner for WCAU-TV.