Alex Greenwood has worked in public relations for 27 years. A former journalist, radio host, and TV executive, Alex is a noted crisis communications and public relations expert. His first crisis communication situation was the 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing. Since, Alex has advised clients in a variety of reputation management crises, including lawsuits, online incidents, and natural disasters.
He is the founder and managing principal of AGPR Public Relations & Marketing, located in Kansas City, Missouri. AGPR has managed PR and marketing strategy for clients in the entertainment, financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, higher education, nonprofit, and government sectors.
Alex is a speaker and trainer on numerous subjects including PR, marketing and publishing. Since 2017, Alex has been a regular contributor discussing social media on KCTV-5’s Better Kansas City Show.
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