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“The quality of a person’s life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor.”
— Vince Lombardi
Biography 

Jack Deschauer provides clients with strategic vision and execution honed during over 10 years of top-level agency experience. His expertise extends to political affairs, program management, crisis management, grassroots initiatives, corporate communications, media relations, and special event advance and management.

Experience 

Mr. Deschauer has helped foreign governments manage communications with Congress and assisted Pratt & Whitney in its four-year battle to end funding for the alternate engine for the Joint Strike Fighter and in publicizing the groundbreaking “PurePower” engine. He also raised the media profile of Scientific American magazine and handled crises for numerous high-profile clients, including Run-DMC and the Chandra Levy family.

Mr. Deschauer has also assisted a number of celebrity athletes through crises, including the NFL’s “Spygate,” the Jayson Williams trial, and the suspension of Tim Montgomery by the World Anti-Doping Agency. Additionally, he created and implemented the communications and marketing strategy for one of the nation’s best-selling nutritional supplements.

Education 
Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Concentration in Public Relations)
University of Maryland, College Park

DC Office

1900 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036

202.973.1300
202.973.1301
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