Jerry Thompson

Title: Partner, Sr. Counselor, Leader – Ketchum Energy
Company: Ketchum
Member Since: 12/03/2008

- Bio -

Jerry leads Ketchum Energy, a global network of specialists serving leading corporations in oil and gas, utilities/power generation/transmission, renewable wind and solar, alternative energy/fuels, smart grid and clean tech. Jerry’s diverse career experiences enable him to provide counsel across a range of industries and organizations; he is a trusted adviser for both corporate communications and brand marketing assignments.

Jerry has worked for numerous leading energy clients on environmental, marketing communications, public affairs, issues/crisis management, regulatory and government affairs, siting, reputation management, executive visibility and employee relations programs. His broad communications and marketing experience enables him to deliver creative and strategic insight that helps clients manage risks, harvest opportunities, and achieve business objectives.

He has led teams to award winning results in consumer branding/marketing, issues/crisis management, business-to-business marketing, corporate communications, and corporate/industry reputation and research. He is also an experienced labor/employee relations counselor as well, having worked with clients in the defense, air and ground transportation, manufacturing and retail food industries.

His agency experience includes Ketchum (22 years, including four as director of Pittsburgh office) and Burson-Marsteller. Clients Jerry has served include Florida Power & Light, NextEra Energy, Sensus, Chevron, Mobil, BP, Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems, Panda Power Funds, Direct Energy, Westinghouse, Celanese, Kerr-McGee, Equitable Resources, The Home Depot, Georgia-Pacific, FedEx, Delta Air Lines, Olympic Paint, Miller Brewing, Genentech, BASF, Nokia, Rockwell, Price Waterhouse, General Dynamics, Rust-Oleum, Heinz, and more.

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