New York, NY (June 12, 2014) – Logos Consulting Group and the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership welcome Kristin Johnson as a senior advisor and a senior fellow.

Johnson joins the Logos team with extensive global PR agency experience, where she provided brand support and strategic counsel on corporate communication efforts, including issues and crisis management, corporate policy, thought leadership and stakeholder communications for a number of U.S. and non-U.S. clients. While Johnson works across multiple sectors, her expertise is in health, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals and biotech.

“I have known Kristin for nearly a decade and seen consistent excellence in both her work and her character,” said Helio Fred Garcia, the president of Logos Consulting Group and the Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership. “She joins us after many years at leading global PR firms, and her rich corporate experience will be an asset to our clients as we help them navigate all life cycles of crisis situations.”

Johnson is an adjunct professor of management and communication in New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies master’s level public relations and corporate communications program. She earned a Master of Science degree in public relations and corporate communications at New York University. In 2008, The Institute for Public Relations published Kristin’s thesis work, “Knowledge Management and The Personal Influence Model: An Opportunity for Organizational Enhancement.” Kristin graduated with dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in communication arts and Spanish from the University of Wisconsin.

“Logos is a unique firm that, at the core, helps clients build and maintain trust and reputation. In today’s world, that is a tremendous task, which requires thoughtful, committed efforts to connect companies with their stakeholders in an authentic way,” said Johnson. “I believe these efforts benefit society as a whole and look forward to contributing to that goal with Logos.”

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