Gary Nurenberg is a veteran television correspondent with more than two-dozen awards for his national and local reporting.
He has covered major stories from Trump-era elections to the crack epidemic and drug wars in Washington DC. Nurenberg covered the September 11 attacks, the Oklahoma City bombing, the Beltway Snipers, and the trials of Timothy McVeigh, OJ Simpson, and the Unabomber. As a White House correspondent, he covered international summits and the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
For more than a decade, he has coached television performance clients from both private industry and federal agencies.
Nurenberg is a graduate of American University and Vermont Law School and is a member of the bar in Vermont and Washington, DC.
He lives in Silver Spring, MD with his wife, Martha, and their greyhounds.
Joe Paglia is a nationally recognized marketing and public relations professional. He is also a former television and radio reporter and the winner of several journalism awards.
Paglia trains corporate executives and the directors of non-profit organizations. He serves as a media relations representative, spokesperson, copywriter, editor, and speechwriter.
Paglia directed media and public relations, for various business units at Eastman Kodak Company. His work there, along with that of an in-house marketing/ad agency team, earned Joe an Addy® Award (American Advertising Awards), for documentary/promotional excellence. Joe was the Director of Public Relations for Monroe Community College, in Upstate New York, where he managed crisis communications during a historic, community-wide disaster.