Gregg Perry

Gregg Perry is a seasoned communicator who brings creative thinking, legal sensitivity and a unique perspective to clients who are facing reputation challenges. With more than 30-years’ experience Perry serves as a trusted advisor to Fortune 1000 companies; law firms; school districts; universities, leading non-profits and small businesses.

Perry helps companies build, enhance and protect their reputation and brand. He offers extensive experience in media relations, strategic planning, message development, and crisis litigation and marketing communications. His background is firmly rooted in lessons learned during a career that began in journalism, was followed by years with a state attorney general and US Congressman, and continued with some of the leading communications firms in New England and Washington, D.C.

Among his career highlights, Perry developed the strategy and led a team in the creation and roll out of a community relations and branding program for a new non-profit foundation dedicated to investing in diversity, equity and inclusion programs. For that work The Perry Group received the Public Relations Society of America’s Silver Anvil Award for Excellence in Public Relations – Non-Profit Community Relations.

Additionally, for more than a dozen years, Perry provided message development, strategic direction, national and regional media relations and issue management for several Fortune 500 companies involved in nationwide product liability and public nuisance litigation. He also served as national spokesman for a packaged goods product company involved in high profile regulatory issues with the federal government. He has frequently spoken about crisis and litigation communications to organizations including the American College of Trial Lawyers, Association of Corporate Counsel, Defense Research Institute, New England Bar Association and the Public Relations Society of America.

Perry serves as a Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors of the United Way of Rhode Island, and for six years served on the Executive Board of the Alumni Association of the University of Rhode Island, where he received a B.A. in Journalism and Political Science. He lives and works in Rhode Island.