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Biography 

Megan Gabriel provides LEVICK clients with years of experience in media relations, legal public relations, and crisis communications campaigns. She specializes in high-stakes communications including crisis and litigation, recalls, as well as awareness campaigns involving the highest-profile public policy issues.

Ms. Gabriel has assisted with crisis communications planning and management for multiple industries, including top food and consumer product companies and trade groups. For these clients, her recall expertise and background working with legal counsel and consultants have proven consistently invaluable.

Experience 

Ms. Gabriel has played instrumental roles in a variety of long-term reputation management and brand awareness campaigns. Along with her comprehensive knowledge of traditional media, she is an adept digital practitioner, focusing a strategic eye to craft and disseminate high-impact client messages with maximum impact.

Prior to joining LEVICK, Ms. Gabriel spearheaded the marketing campaign for the University of Maryland softball team. There she crafted public announcement scripts and developed creative community outreach programs, including an extremely successful fundraiser held in coordination with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. 

A two-time NCAA champion on the University of Maryland's field hockey team, Ms. Gabriel is an active member of the M Club, the University of Maryland Athletic Department's Foundation for former letter winners.

Education 
Bachelor of Science in Marketing
University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business

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