Eric Dezenhall

Dezenhall Resources

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Founder and CEO of Dezenhall Resources in Washington, DC, and an expert in corporate and political crisis management and damage control; author of Damage Control: Why Everything You Know about Crisis Management Is Wrong and The Devil Himself: A Novel; former staffer in the Communications Department of the Reagan White House

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