ICM Adds Business Development Executive to Consulting Team

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Sean S. Clancy has joined ICM as Vice President, Business Development/Senior Consultant

Sean's experience as a global communications strategist and advisor to the FORTUNE 500 C-Suite and senior leadership teams will greatly benefit ICM clients,

The Institute for Crisis Management® (ICM) announced today that Sean S. Clancy has joined the firm as Vice President, Business Development/Senior Consultant. In his new duties, Clancy reports to Deborah Hileman, SCMP, ICM’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

“We are excited about Sean joining the ICM team of senior crisis management consultants. His experience as a global communications strategist and advisor to the FORTUNE 500 C-Suite and senior leadership teams will greatly benefit ICM clients,” Hileman said. “In addition to providing client service, a key responsibility for him is to analyze the firm’s historical crisis data and revamp ICM’s market strategy for enhanced customer alignment. This approach will bring the organization’s educational offerings and on-site strategic expertise closer to historically crisis-prone industry sectors.”

With more than 20 years of senior leadership experience at FORTUNE 500 corporations, Mr. Clancy has guided the C-suite through such major public policy and crisis management issues as consumer product and shareholder litigation, Security & Exchange Commission and Internal Revenue Service investigations stemming from Sarbanes-Oxley compliance issues, National Labor Relations Board investigations and hearings, multiple workplace fatalities and controversial environmental issues.

A United States Air Force veteran, Mr. Clancy earned a B.S. in Public Relations from Northern Illinois University. During his career, he completed certificate programs in Content Strategy for Professionals: Engaging Audiences for Your Organization from the Medill School of Journalism & Kellogg School of Management from Northwestern University and the Program on Negotiation, Resolving Public Disputes from MIT-Harvard University Law School.

About the Institute for Crisis Management

Founded in 1990, the Institute for Crisis Management was one of the first U.S. consulting firms to specialize exclusively in crisis management. ICM’s planning, training and consulting services help leaders and organizations through all phases of an issue or crisis, from assessing risks and preparing for them, containing a crisis and mitigating damage with effective communications, learning from the event and seizing opportunities that arise from the crisis. Learn more about ICM at http://crisisconsultant.com.

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