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Mr. Lou Colasuonno serves as Senior Managing Director of Strategic Communications at FTI Consulting, Inc. Mr. Colasuonno is also the Senior communications/presentation Trainer at FD, where he trains executives of companies going through times of change or crisis, often in preparation for interviews with the national and foreign media. He served as Managing Director of Corporate Communications at FD International since May 2008. He served as Managing Director of Strategic Communications at FTI Consulting, Inc. Mr. Colasuonno trained executives from all sectors including Master Card, Credit Suisse, Diageo, Dresdner Kleinwort, CIT, various hedge funds and asset management firms, AIU (AIGs foreign insurance group), Duane Reade and P Diddy to name a few. Mr. Colasuonno joined Financial Dynamics in 2005. Prior to joining Financial Dynamics, Mr. Colasuonno was a Partner at Westhill Partners, Alfred A. Taubman, former Chairman of Sotheby's, Versace S.p.A. (both the corporation and the family), ICAP, the leading global interdealer broker, Peter Bacanovic, AIU (AIG's foreign insurance group), Martha Stewart's co-defendant, and author/columnist Dominick Dunne, among others. Before joining Westhill, Mr. Colasuonno was a Principal at The Dilenschneider Group, a New York communications/public relations firm. In 1993, Mr. Colasuonno joined the New York Daily News as editor-in-chief, responsible for all editorial content and the day-to-day operation of one of the preeminent tabloid newspapers in the nation. Prior to joining The Daily News, Mr. Colasuonno spent more than two decades at The New York Post, rising from copy boy to editor-in-chief.
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