Dig Communications

Bryan Specht
Chief Operating Officer and Head of Corporate Affairs
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Chicago, IL 61661
United States
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A professional working to improve communities large and small, Bryan Specht holds diverse experience in politics and public relations. As COO and Head of Corporate Affairs with Dig Communications, Bryan Specht assists major companies with branding and crisis management; past clients include SC Johnson, General Electric, and Hershey. He has also employed his communication skills in various presentations; his past appearances include talks at the Prevent Child Abuse America National Conference and the City of Chicago’s Office of Domestic Violence’s Spiritual Resilience and Social Fabric Conference.

Bryan Specht exercises his talents for supporting others as an executive, speaker, and founder of several charities. Leading two organizations, Specht advocates for the well-being of others through The Awful Grace Project, a group that assists individuals who survived abuse, and The Promised Land Society, a foundation whose team strives to provide children with various means of support.

Bryan Specht prepared for his career by studying at Ohio University, where he earned a Bachelor of Specialized Studies in American Ethnic Studies; he also learned about campaign management and communications at The George Washington University and public affairs at the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government. After fulfilling various posts for the 1996 Clinton/Gore presidential campaign, Specht assisted with an Ohio candidate’s campaign for U.S. House of Representatives.

In addition, he spoke in support of policies concerning a mental health court and sought to renew the Violence Against Women Act in 2000. Passionate about helping people, he subsequently joined international consulting firm Weber Shandwick and served as an intermediary between American Airlines and people affected by the September 11, 2001, tragedy. His dedication earned him promotion to Executive Vice President, as well as later recognition as an Employee of the Year.

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"Honesty and openness are sometimes undervalued traits - many would prefer to hide the past, rather than to allow others to freely and publicly record it for all to see. By creating an iKarma Profile, Dig Communications has demonstrated a firm commitment to maintaining a responsible and sincere reputation online. Such people, both rare and precious, are a credit to both business and society.

We believe that integrity should be rewarded. The iKarma team is happy to welcome Dig Communications to our service."   


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