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Richard Levick
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Within six years, Booz Allen Hamilton more than doubled its sales to the federal government to more than $4 billion in 2012. But within days, claims from a purported midlevel, high school dropout employee have changed everything.
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Washington’s national security contractors are bracing for criticism after learning one of their own was responsible for last week’s explosive national security leaks. But they also defended their critical role in the nation’s intelligence-gathering, saying they should not be scapegoated or frozen out because of one leaker. Their...
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President & CEO of LEVICK
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President & CEO of LEVICK, representing countries and companies in the highest-stakes global communications matters -- from the Wall Street crisis and the Gulf oil spill to Guantanamo Bay and the Catholic Church.

Co-author of four books including The Communicators:Leadership in the Age of Crisis and is a regular commentator on television and print, including Forbes.com and Fast Company.
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  • American University
    JD, Law, 1984 - 1987
  • University of Michigan
    MS, Environmental Advocacy-Communications, 1983 - 1987
  • University of Maryland, College Park
    BA, Urban Studies, Political Science, 1975 - 1979
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  • LEVICK
    President & CEO, 1998 - present
    Richard S. Levick, Esq. Chairman & CEO of LEVICK, represents countries and companies in the highest-stakes global crises, public affairs matters and litigation. His firm has directed communications strategies related to the Wall Street crisis, Guantanamo Bay, the Catholic Church, the largest environmental disaster of the past decade, one of the largest attempted regulatory fines in U.S. history, over 150 product recalls, and many of the most important issues management campaigns. Having also represented a decisive percentage of the world’s largest law firms, LEVICK works alongside attorneys on the most sensitive litigation and transactions for their core clients. Mr. Levick was honored in four consecutive years on the prestigious list of “The 100 Most Influential People in the Boardroom” by the NACD and Directorship Magazine, which is based on a survey of 15,000 public company directors and executives. He has been named to multiple professional Halls of Fame for lifetime achievement. Mr. Levick and his firm have received numerous professional awards, including Crisis, Litigation, Investor Relations, Food Crisis Communications Agency of the Year, and Public Affairs Professional of the Year. He sits on multiple boards including the World Economic Forum’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) and the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, and, through a Joint Business Relationship, is an integral part of PricewaterhouseCoopers Anti-corruption Center for Excellence. Mr. Levick is one of the communications industry’s most important spokespersons and thought leaders. A powerful advocate for the strategic initiatives that companies must pursue in today’s perilous environment, he regularly addresses corporate boards as well as industry and government leaders around the world, providing guidance on their most complex communications and reputation management challenges.
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Zero stars if we could. Pizza too two hours for delivery, arrived ice cold. Will take ten more minutes to heat in the oven before we can tell you if it was any good. We appreciate that on rainy nights it is busy, but two hours is certainly excessive. Luis the manager did not offer to comp the pizza, but after asking, he agreed without enthusiasm. We heavily tipped the driver figuring he was having a worse night than us.
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