Greg Beuerman


" The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." -Pablo Picasso

Greg specializes in crisis communications, reputation management and public affairs / issues management. He is a native of Nashville, coming to Louisiana in 1979 to join the staff of Governor Dave Treen. Following work as a spokesperson and public affairs representative for Exxon, Greg formed his own agency in 1990.

Greg has developed an international reputation for his crisis communications expertise, representing clients in Greece, Germany, Norway, Japan, Iceland, Switzerland and Italy, and conducting media training programs in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Slovakia, Belarus and Poland.

In 1994, he was named Honorary Consul of Iceland for several southern US states. Greg has served as a mentor for at-risk teenagers at the Jefferson Community School. Greg is deeply involved in the world missions outreach of St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church and serves on the boards of Rebuilding Hope in New Orleans (RHINO) and Liberty's Kitchen. Greg has also served on the board of New Orleans Habitat for Humanity. His non-work passions include his two children, reading, kayaking, the Pittsburgh Pirates and Penguins and Vanderbilt University athletics.

Favorite Location in New Orleans

My Uptown courtyard combines almost all the elements that make me happy. Its a quiet place in a city I love, surrounded by plants that bloom and thrive (most of the time!). All in all, a great environment to pick up a good book, relax, and learn something new.