Alschuler Communications and Steven Alschuler
Founded by Steven Alschuler in 2013 after the sale of his interest in LAK, the New York-based public relations firm he co-founded in 1993, Alschuler Communications provides a full array of communications services for large and small companies, law firms and other professional services organizations, foundations and not-for-profits, entities in the public sector as well as private entities with public policy agendas.
The firm has a particular focus on clients seeking communications strategies to support their growth and clients facing special situations or challenging events.
Alschuler’s background includes:
Strategic communications counsel to global corporations‚ international law and professional services firms and nationally known organizations‚ leading the development and implementation of strategies to improve their market positions‚ increase their visibility‚ enhance their reputations‚ build their brands and address critical issues.
Crisis communications strategist in connection with highly complex and challenging situations‚ on behalf of Lehman Brothers Holdings following its global bankruptcy; the New Orleans public school system in the wake of Hurricane Katrina; and a host of others‚ including clients involved in litigations‚ government investigations‚ labor disputes‚ attacks by regulators or political figures‚ bankruptcies and restructurings.
Consultant with an extensive background in the public affairs arena‚ having played significant roles in national‚ state and local political campaigns and having worked with government agencies in a number of states around the country.
Frequent speaker and published author‚ included in "2000 Outstanding Writers of the 20th Century‚" "Who’s Who in America‚" "Who’s Who in the World" and "Who’s Who in Finance and Industry."
Prior to founding AC, Alschuler was President of LAK Public Relations for 20 years. Prior to that, he served as a Senior Vice President at Rubenstein Associates, a large New York public relations firm, and as Press Secretary to the New York State Senate Committee on Investigations, Taxation and Government Operations.