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Collin Berglund
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC (December 2, 2022) – Rational 360, a leading full-service strategic communications and digital advocacy agency, announced today the addition of Ilyse Veron, veteran impact storyteller, health policy communications strategist, and technology market analyst, as Senior Vice President working with the firm’s healthcare practice. “Rational 360 is positioned to help clients...
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WASHINGTON, June 1, 2022 – Rational 360, a leading full-service strategic communications and digital advocacy agency, announced today two new additions to its public relations team, with Rob Van Raaphorst joining as Senior Vice President and Jake Wilkins joining as Senior Director. “As Rational 360 continues to grow, we are always looking to add top-tier...
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Washington, D.C. (March 29, 2021) — Rational 360, a leading full-service strategic communications and digital agency, announced today that Michael Petrucelli has joined the firm as the President of the Government Solutions Division. Mr. Petrucelli will be responsible for managing and expanding this business area, which is focused on delivering innovative and comprehensive mission support...
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Yesterday’s hearing by the House Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law was a showdown between House Members and CEOs from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google. Rational 360 crunched the numbers on how these hearings impacted online brand reputation, and identified four top insights for companies facing congressional scrutiny: Lesson 1: Find a Way to...
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Washington, D.C. (July 13, 2020) – Today, Rational 360, a leading full-service strategic communications and digital agency, announced the acquisition of Strategic Heights LLC, a consultancy founded by communications expert and former White House Press Secretary to President Bill Clinton, Joe Lockhart. As part of the acquisition, Lockhart has joined Rational 360 as a partner. At...
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Even as the country continues to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, critical examinations about how companies and other organizations are responding to the crisis have already begun. Looking ahead, ongoing scrutiny may come from the newly formed U.S. House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, federal or state regulatory agencies, investigative media reporting, inside “whistleblowers,” or organic...
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