Public Affairs Veterans Launch New Atlanta Agency
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Public Affairs Veterans Launch New Atlanta Agency

Public affairs veterans Sandy Fitzpatrick and Randy Lewis have launched Atlanta’s newest and public relations firm, Fitzpatrick & Lewis. The firm will specialize in corporate and non-profit PR, with an emphasis on corporate social responsibility.

Paul Holmes

ATLANTA—Public affairs veterans Sandy Fitzpatrick and Randy Lewis have launched Atlanta’s newest and public relations firm, Fitzpatrick & Lewis. The firm will specialize in corporate and non-profit public relations and public affairs, with an emphasis on corporate social responsibility. 

“We have the ability to deliver a full range of corporate suite PR, nonprofit support and corporate social responsibility programs,” says Fitzpatrick. “CSR is the fastest growing area of public relations, and no agency has more experience with it than Fitzpatrick & Lewis.”

In addition to CSR, Fitzpatrick & Lewis offers a full suite of services including: public relations; message strategy; employee communications; executive visibility programs; strategic alliance development; non-profit public relations; Internet communications strategy and web site design; and corporate public affairs and issues management

Managing director Randy Lewis began his career as the youngest person ever to hold a White House staff appointment, serving as assistant to press secretary Jody Powell under President Jimmy Carter.  Since leaving the White House, Lewis has held positions in Florida government, and was senior vice president with three of the nation’s largest PR firms, BSMG, Shandwick and Ketchum. 

Sandy Fitzpatrick has directed communications and organizational branding programs for the Florida legislature and Florida’s community college system and has assisted nonprofits in developing communications and marketing programs using both traditional and new media. 

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