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Trudy B. Kremer is the founding director of our coaching services, providing tailored communications coaching for senior executives. Her vision for this practice grew out of her seven years as a producer with the National Broadcasting Corp. (NBC), where she produced stories for the national news.
Hundreds of executives and experts from organizations including The Coca-Cola Company, Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, Chick-fil-A, Orkin, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Publix Super Markets have all received her unique form of coaching.
One of seven employee-owners of the firm and a member of our Management Team, Trudy also is a seasoned crisis strategist who has helped numerous clients navigate through complicated, high-profile issues.
Her broadcast career began at Barcelona’s 1992 Olympics with NBC Sports, followed by a move to NBC’s New York headquarters, working forSaturday Night Live, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Donahue. In 1993, Trudy joined NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw. She was the lead researcher for Nightly News coverage of the 1996 Olympics, broadcasted and anchored live on-location in Atlanta. She remained in Atlanta as associate producer for the NBC News AtlantaBureau, covering major news events such as the school shootings in Littleton, Colorado, John Glenn’s return to space and JFK Jr.’s death for the TODAY show, NBC Nightly News, MSNBCand CNBC.
Trudy holds a bachelor’s degree from Duke University with a major in Art History.
She has one less goal on her “bucket list” now that she has successfully crossed the finish line at the 2008 San Diego Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon, a feat that ranks her as “Super Mom” with her husband and two young sons. She serves on the board of directors for the Amit Program, an Atlanta agency that provides support to the families of children with special needs.[H5]Trudy Kremer