George Felcyn is a principal in PRG specializing in providing strategic communications, media relations and public affairs services to a wide range of clients. He has designed and implemented communications campaigns involving energy, financial services, trade, manufacturing, and other issues.
George’s background encompasses journalism, public policy, strategic communications and international development. He joined Bracewell & Giuliani LLP in 2009 after five years at The PBN Company, an international public affairs firm. At PBN, he conducted targeted advocacy, reputation management and public education efforts for multinational corporations, international financial institutions, trade associations and U.S. government agencies.
George has worked in print, radio and television journalism covering a range of political, business and international affairs issues. He worked full-time or on a freelance basis for outlets including the PBS NewsHour, BusinessWeek magazine, and America Abroad radio.
George also worked in Albania as a media specialist on a U.S. Agency for International Development project identifying and developing independent media programming and fostering democratic debate . In addition, George designed and ran the programming for the Pacific Council on International Policy, the western partner of the Council on Foreign Relations.
M.A., Communication, Culture and Technology, Georgetown University, 2003
Honors Certificate, International Business Diplomacy, Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 2003
B.A., Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1991
“Key Players In Dodd-Frank’s Post-Election Future”, Law 360, November 2010
“Avian Flu Tests Corporate Crisis Communications Preparation”, Crisis Times, April 2006