The right place, time, and media message.
Your work is important. Public health, education, the environment, public policy, social service, arts and culture—institutions in these areas are the ones supporting our civil society. For organizations that serve the public good (you know who you are), public affairs and media relations are your two approaches to influence outcomes. No other medium can compete with earned media.
Lipman Hearne specializes in media relations, government relations, program development, crisis communications, and media training for these organizations. Our Washington, D.C., office operates in proximity to the influencers who affect public policy decisions. So we’re on the scene—and we have a content advantage, too. Our staff has the intellectual solidity and the thorough grounding to make sense of the insider issues. We know your field. And reporters, legislators, and influencers listen when we tell your story.
In the past, this expertise has helped clients like the MacArthur Foundation, The Brookings Institution, and the Poetry Foundation maintain their roles as leaders in their fields.
In the future, we’d be happy to do the same for you.
Meet Pete Boyle and Jim Healy, who lead the D.C. office.
Meet our public affairs clients.