Overview

Issues Management Group’s experienced education team has a long history of working with academic institutions to message and share complex information and, when necessary, provide crisis management. We proactively address changes our clients are facing with a well-thought-out strategy and prepare responses with transparency. We are empathetic and sensitive to the importance of stakeholder communications, and we recognize the need to stay true to a school’s mission, vision, and values.

Partnering with Deans, Heads of Schools, Executive Directors, and Communications Directors, we design thought leadership campaigns with the goal of having a voice and real impact on those issues that matter most to the schools, its leaders, and its community of stakeholders. We leverage our experience working with local and regional consumer media, as well as national education trades, to secure longer-lead opportunities and offer insight, analysis, and expertise that places institutional leaders in timely stories.

Nellie Mae

The Nellie Mae Education Foundation works to champion community organizations that challenge racial inequities and advance excellent, student-centered public education for all New England Youth. We worked with Nellie Mae as its strategic communications partner to generate visibility for its student-centered public education mission while also supporting its strategic shift to focus its grantmaking for advancing racial equity.

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We are experts at striking the right tone for your internal and external audiences.

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  • Strategic Planning
  • Communications Auditing
  • Message Development
  • Media Outreach
  • Thought Leadership
  • Media Training
  • Social Media Campaigns
  • Crisis Response Management

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With decades of experience in politics, media, government, and public relations, Issues Management Group leverages our expertise to propel and protect established, transitioning, and emerging organizations.

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