Daniel Delson

Daniel Delson

Daniel is a strategic communications consultant who designs and executes programs that advance brands' business and social objectives. For more than 15 years, Daniel has elevated the profile of public companies, VC-backed start-ups, non-profits, and prominent individuals in business and consumer media. His clients have been featured in the New York Times, WSJ, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired & Mashable and have presented at FORTUNE, CES, Internet Week and SXSW. Industries he has worked across include financial services, healthcare, technology, media, entertainment, and fashion. Communications agencies Daniel has worked for include RLM Finsbury, Lumentus and The Attitude Group.

Best known for being a PR bulldog, he has led high profile brand-positioning campaigns, launches and a broad range of issues management assignments. Daniel has prepared CEOs, analysts and a broad range of experts to appear on national and regional television news segments including CNN, CNBC and Fox News. He also produced primetime television news segments, variety shows and live entertainment for a Tokyo-based production company.

Daniel graduated from Tufts University, where he was a DJ & talk show host at WMFO. He studied Japanese and business at Kansai Gaidai University and taught public school English as part of the Japanese National Department of Education’s JET Program. Passionate about entertainment, he is credited as Chief Media Consultant on two Showtime series and several independent films. He serves on the board of Save a Child’s Heart and lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

What I can do for you:

• Strategic communications program planning, counsel

• Media relations / securing national, regional, trade press coverage

• Media training for C-level execs, analysts, subject matter experts

• Speaking opportunity/thought leadership programs

• Key message, brand narrative, blog development

• Internal communications

• Social media strategy, campaign development