Jeff is a generational talent in the field of strategic communications.
Jeff’s singular talent for understanding the complexities of strategic communications was recognized early on. He was recruited by a major New York City public relations firm while still a student at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, Texas during his junior year. At the age of only 20 years old he completed a national media tour for S.C. Johnson Wax Raid products as the spokesman for the brand’s famous RAID BUG. After graduating from SMU with a B.F.A. in public relations, he returned to New York where he worked with several agencies on accounts including Porsche, Nissan, Procter & Gamble, Domino’s Pizza, Dannon Yogurt, and The Titanic Expedition.
After joining Alcoa Recycling Company, Jeff created and implemented the Fortune 50 company’s aggressive public relations aluminum recycling and Earth Day initiatives in the Midwest region. Jeff went on to create a consulting firm exclusively dedicated to assisting recycling companies with strategic corporate and consumer public relations and communications.
For the last several years Jeff has served as a highly respected, uniquely qualified communications and politics instructor at the U.S. Army Combined Arms Center in Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. As part of the University of Foreign Military and Culture Studies Department (UFMCS) he has traveled extensively within U.S. military commands teaching highly advanced strategic communications tactics, strategies, and modern political theory to select members of the U.S. military and DOD intelligence services.