Hilde is an award-winning writer with writing and editing experience in print journalism, marketing and radio. Her journalistic work has appeared in The Boston Globe, AARP’s The Bulletin, and numerous other publications. Marketing clients have included hospitals, colleges and universities, law firms, not-for-profit organizations and others. She holds a bachelor of arts from the University of Massachusetts.
Crises happen, sometimes through no fault of your own. They come in all shapes and sizes. They can build slowly or erupt in a matter of minutes.
How you respond is critical. Resilience Communications, LLC, will help you anticipate problems and minimize their impact.
We have the experience to assess your risk and develop a plan to protect your reputation. We will prepare your team for upcoming challenges, and mobilize resources to protect your assets. We have successfully guided individuals and corporations through difficulties that include unfavorable media attention, criminal charges, civil disputes, divorces, false claims and other forms of litigation that can and do destroy reputations.
Crises happen. It is how you respond that matters. Respond with Resilience.
Brad Goldstein is president of Resilience Communications LLC. His expertise includes all stages of crisis communications, crisis management and reputation issues, building support for complex litigation, facilitating community engagement, and developing brands.
Prior to starting his own company, Brad’s professional experience included17 years as chief corporate communications officer for Oxbow Carbon LLC, a private energy and commodity business with offices in 23 countries and annual sales over $4 billion. While at Oxbow, he led the design and implementation of numerous web sites, corporate intranets, managed executive as well as internal and external communications. He was also responsible for handling the investigations and communications for several multi-million dollar international fraud cases. Earlier in his career, Brad was an award-winning investigative reporter, specializing in insurance, government, labor and business issues.
He has been cited in many publications, among them The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The London Times. He appears in the award-winning Netflix documentary Sour Grapes, and in such books as A Billionaire’s Vinegar; In Vino Duplicitas: The Rise and Fall of a Wine Forger, and Sons of Wichita, to name a few.
A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a concentration in Spanish literature and political science, Brad studied in Paris, Madrid and Mexico City. His journalistic awards and honors include a Harvard University Nieman Fellowship, A Knight Foundation Fellowship at University of Maryland, as well as numerous regional and national awards.