Kevin Sullivan

Kevin Sullivan provides strategic counsel, crisis planning and media relations expertise to an array of corporate, sports/entertainment and non-profit clients. Sullivan is also an experienced media coach and speech/presentation trainer.

Sullivan’s career in communications includes the rare combination of government, corporate and sports experience at the most senior levels. As White House Communications director under President George W. Bush, Sullivan oversaw message development and communications planning.  His responsibilities included oversight of the White House Web site, the rapid response operation and the production of Presidential events.

Previously, Sullivan served as the Senate-confirmed Assistant Secretary for Communications & Outreach at the U.S. Department of Education and as Senior VP for corporate communications at NBC Universal. As VP of Communications at NBC Sports, he led communications efforts for three Olympics. Sullivan got his start with the Dallas Mavericks, where he was regarded one of the NBA's top public relations executives. He earned a bachelor’s degree in management from Purdue University and a master’s in mass communication from Iona College in New York.