Xenophon president David Fuscus was vice president of communications for the Air Transport Association before founding his own firm, which initially was best known for its work in the aviation industry but has expanded over the past decade to become one of the best independent public affairs boutiques in the nation’s capital, with expertise in government and media relations and crisis communications—the latter area underpinned by the firm’s proprietary currentinformation.com crisis communications system—and a reputation for integrity and stellar client service, underscored by the fact that the firm, founded in 2000, still retains both its first client and its first employee.
The rest of the team draws on a range of diverse backgrounds, including public relations professionals, media tacticians, former journalists, former congressional staffers, state and federal government officials, political strategists and marketing experts. It serves a range of clients including non-profits, trade associations, the federal government, and organizations in the transportation and energy industries.
Fees were up slightly last year, to a little over $3 million, with new assignments from the U.S. Coast Guard, Air Evac
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