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Roger Bridgeman

With almost 30 years in public relations and communications, Roger’s experience extends from financial and professional services to high tech, industrial and consumer marketing. He’s represented Fortune 100 companies from Motorola, Microsoft, Kodak, Raytheon and Cisco, to new venture and overseas companies. Along the way he’s learned that well crafted communications, coupled with purpose and precision, can create powerful persuasion that changes minds and moves markets.

Prior to establishing his own firm in 1986, Roger worked in Boston for a number of leading public relations firms representing companies including Fleet Financial Group (now Bank of America), Philip Morris U.S.A., and Harvard Community Health Plan. Roger’s corporate experience includes managing the national public relations initiatives for GE Capital (then GE Credit) and GE Venture Capital Company.

Before joining General Electric, Roger was a vice president at Ruder & Finn, N.Y., where he supervised high tech and international accounts including Matsushita Electric (Panasonic/Quasar), Nippon Telegraph & Telephone, and The Japan Trade Center.

Roger holds a bachelor of science degree in public relations from Boston University’s College of Communication, where some 25-plus years later he now serves on the part-time faculty teaching Corporate Public Affairs to graduate students. He also serves on the boards of the N.E. Public Relations Society of America and Massachusetts Business Marketing Association.