Neil Dziemian

Mr. Neil Dziemian has 25 years of experience using the power of communications to inform, influence, and change behavior.

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He is a strategic communications subject matter expert who led the development of communications-related policies and SOPs, and has experience leading the entire communications lifecycle, from research, analysis, and strategy development, to execution, measurement, and evaluation on dozens of communications projects. Neil has managed complex organizations with more than 100 personnel to execute strategic communications in challenging, demanding environments, and his experience includes a vast and diverse set of communications vehicles, including videos, audio/scripts, printed products, websites, social media, conferences/events, briefings, and media relations. Mr. Dziemian has served as a consultant since 2008, initially supporting non-profit clients through the Taproot Foundation. In 2010, Neil joined Deloitte Consulting, where he has served Federal government clients, predominantly in the Defense and National Security sectors. In addition, Mr. Dziemian has served as an Advisor for the Capstone course of Georgetown University’s Master’s program in Public Relations and Corporate Communications since 2012. Prior to working for Deloitte Consulting, Mr. Dziemian retired from the Army as a Sergeant Major. During his military career, Neil served in a variety of roles, including Senior Enlisted Advisor within the Directorate of Operations on the Joint Staff, Military Information Support Operations First Sergeant, Senior Career Manager for Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations career fields, and Primary staff officer for information operations, public affairs, and civil military operations. Mr. Dziemian has a master’s degree in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University and a master’s degree in Human Resources Management and Development from National-Louis University. In addition, he maintains certifications as a Project Management Professional (PMP), Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), and Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).