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Adam Dooley

President

Over the past two and a half decades, Adam has developed and executed communications programs for regional, national and North American organizations. As an expert at integrating public relations with advertising and marketing tactics, Adam’s strategies build strong brands and polished corporate images.

He launched Dooley PR & Marketing as Dooley Communications in 2007 after an award-winning career as a reporter, editor and corporate communications executive. Under his leadership, Dooley PR & Marketing has grown to become one of the best known PR firms in Manitoba with past and present clients including Ford of Canada, St. Vital Centre, Steinbach Credit Union, Costco, Cabela’s, Dental Image Therapy Centres, Paragon Design Build, TLR Law Office, Endeavour Wealth Management, as well as various departments and ministries at the municipal, provincial and federal governments.

He was formerly Vice-President of Marketing and Communications at Cambrian Credit Union, one of the largest financial institutions in the Canadian Prairies. Prior to that, he helped manage communications for Assante Corporation across Canada and the United States. Currently, he sits on the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce Small Business Advisory Council. As a member of this council, he works with fellow business leaders to shape programming, events and more based on current issues Winnipeg businesses face. He frequently advises on curriculum for both the University of Winnipeg and Red River College.

Adam holds an honours BA in History from the University of Saskatchewan and a master’s degree in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario.

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