A CCI Executive Briefing
Video of the program, courtesy of Baruch College’s Digital Media Library.
About the Program
The dust has barely cleared in the race to succeed Mayor Bloomberg in New York City Hall. Now it’s time to ask the experts, George Arzt and Peter Peyser, both with ample experience in New York City government, politics and communications, to give us their insights:
- What can corporate communicators learn from the hotly contested campaign?
- How did the various camps cope with crises? (And there were plenty!)
- Which strategies paid off?
- Which didn’t and why?
Stuart Goldstein, with a background in political campaigning in New Jersey and a long history as a senior corporate communication executive, will moderate the discussion bridging the worlds of political and corporate communication.
Don’t miss what’s sure to be a lively and enlightening panel.
About the Speakers
George Arzt is President of George Arzt Communications, Inc. He has been actively involved in the politics and public affairs of New York City and the nation for decades. As a journalist, television news producer, mayoral press secretary, and public relations consultant, George Arzt has been an active participant in the American political debate
Peter A. Peyser, Principal of Peyser Associates LLC, is an innovative strategist who employs his network of contacts in the federal government, in statehouses and city halls, in the financial sector and in industry to help clients in each of these areas interact successfully with one another to achieve mutual goals. Peter has served as staff in the U.S. House of Representatives and in the Office of the Mayor of the City of New York; and has worked in public affairs and lobbying for various firms, two of which he founded.
Stuart Z. Goldstein stepped down in April 2011, after a 20-year tenure as spokesperson and Managing Director of Corporate Communications & Public Affairs for the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) in New York. Prior to DTCC he was in corporate communication roles at American Express Co. and Citicorp. He began his career in New Jersey State Government as a Special Assistant for Legislative Affairs to the State’s Public Advocate and was later appointed by the Governor to serve as a State Ombudsman. In addition to his experience as a lobbyist, he was active in running political campaigns in New Jersey for a decade. He is a CCI Forum Faculty member and serves on CCI’s Advisory Board.
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Acknowledgements: CCI thanks Ralph Blumenthal for his assistance with this briefing and Program Marketing Partner, The Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College/CUNY
Complimentary pre-registration is required to attend this program. To register please complete CCI Registration Form_October 17, 2013 and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 973-270-0038. Thank you.
- 6:30 pm - 8:30 pmNewman Library Conference Center