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Karen Friedman is one of the leading communication coaches in today's business world. An award-winning television news anchor and reporter who has interviewed thousands of people, she now teaches others how to make the most out of every media interview, appearance and presentation.
Ms. Friedman made stops at television stations in Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Huntsville, Alabama, where her breaking coverage of local and national events aired on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, the Today Show, Good Morning America, and Nightline. Her expertise in message development and delivery was recognized when a U.S. delegation led by former First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton tapped her to provide media and political training for women in South and Central America. She continues to counsel people across the globe and helps Fortune 100 companies' coach key opinion leaders for international speakers' bureaus and mass media.
For more than a decade, spokespeople have been relying on Karen Friedman's know-how to prepare and deliver presentations internally and externally during nationwide awareness campaigns, manufacturing shutdowns, Justice Department inquiries; product launches and recalls, employee issues, chemical spills, and during presentations to seek approval for new drugs. She taught journalism at the University of Wisconsin and once ran for a hotly contested seat in the Pennsylvania State House.
Frequently quoted by top-tier publications including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Harvard Business Review, Ms. Friedman is a professional speaker who has repeatedly received the International Association of Business Communicators top speaker award. Her book, Speaking of Success, which she co-authored with notables including business guru Stephen Covey, is scheduled for release in the summer of 2009.
Karen Friedman resides in the Philadelphia area with her husband, two sons, a neurotic dog, and an ornery cat.
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