President of Everest Communications
Zack Condry specializes in developing and executing digital communications strategies to help organizations tackle critical public affairs issues, major crises, regulatory obstacles, and reputation management challenges.
Zack worked for nearly five years in corporate communications where he focused on digital crisis and public affairs. Noteworthy clients included several major American universities, WWE, Malaysian Airlines, and BNSF. Zack also led digital strategy for the 2015 GE labor negotiations – an effort that won PRWeek's award for Internal Communications Campaign of the Year.
Before working in corporate communications, Zack managed political campaigns in several states and served as a digital strategist at The Prosper Group for many high-profile campaigns. Zack was named a "Rising Star" and a "Top 50 Influencer in American Politics” by Campaigns & Elections magazine.
Zack has been invited to share his expertise in digital crisis communications and strategy by several organizations in different venues. This includes serving as a guest lecturer at George Washington University, Georgetown University, The University of Tennessee, and Google's DC offices.
Recent articles written by Zack Condry:
Crisis Management with Zack Condry of Everest Communications Catch Zack Condry on The Next Phase with Steve Kee. Listen on Apple Podcasts
Welcome to Everest Communications’ newly redesigned EverestComms.com. As a digital communications firm, we have built a team with digital skill sets that include insightfulness, creativity, and analytical reasoning. While planning the new site, our team suggested several catchy names for where to post brand-generated content, including case studies and thought leadership. “Insights,” “Base Camp,” and even “Bloggy McBlogface” were all contenders. When making a decision, we considered what others sometimes overlook – data and intentionality matter […]
Reposted from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/unique-huge-growing-zack-condry/ The title sounds like a three-word definition of the Coronavirus. It’s actually the best way to describe Twitter conversation about Coronavirus. Unique 92% of total Coronavirus tweets are unique (I’ve added to the search keywords since my initial post yesterday). This is atypical for an event-driven conversation on Twitter. Typically, you’ll see news publications […]