Greg Wilson, Senior Vice President, uses his expertise in crisis communications and impactful storytelling to help his clients enhance their reputation and inspire their audiences to action.
While at Curley Company, Greg has led the crisis management strategy for numerous corporations and associations, helping mitigate reputational damage and repair stakeholder relations for his clients. An expert in media relations, he has secured national coverage for groups advocating for issues such as the US-China trade war, tax reform and employee benefits. For nearly a decade, Greg has helped The Stuttering Foundation rapidly grow their following both in the U.S. and internationally through a multi-faceted digital and traditional media campaign.
Prior to joining Curley Company, Greg served as senior vice president at Levick Strategic Communications, a lobbyist for a publicly traded chemical company and as a vice president at Shandwick Public Affairs. He began his career as a legislative and press aide on Capitol Hill. Greg is a graduate of Hamilton College with a bachelor’s degree in public policy.
Greg serves as a regular contributor of The Association 100, where he writes about actionable crisis and brand management strategies for associations.
Greg’s favorite place in Washington is the National Air and Space Museum, where he watches IMAX movies and dreams of being an astronaut.