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Thom Wallace
Strategic Communications, Media & Public Relations.

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For nearly 15 years I have worked as a communications professional providing clients leadership-level public affairs and communications services. During my career I've led international and U.S. focused public affairs and information campaigns, branding efforts, and media strategy for consumer products, advocacy organizations, public sector, and for-profit entities.  

Over the last two years my work has focused on various clients in global social entrepreneurship and natural resource management, as well as clean energy development in sub-Saharan Africa. Clients during this period have included Power Africa, the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), and USAID. From 2010 through 2013 I led national and international public information campaigns as the senior director of communications for the National Congress of American Indians based in the United States. 

Entrepreneur

In 2005, I founded and managed the five year growth of Ecofusion LLC, a U.S. based public relations firm and media company serving environmental and social innovation clients, including companies, governments, and products engaged in the clean energy sector. Prior to founding and operating Ecofusion, I served in various communications and program roles for renewable energy, natural resource, and youth development organizations and industry associations. As a consultant, I advise clients on a range of issues including energy, government relations, environment and natural resources, clean technology, civil rights, and community and rural development.

Rooted in Communications & Sustainability

My undergraduate experience at Dickinson College shaped my approach to communications and sustainability. I earned a B.A in American Studies with a focus on mass media and a minor in English. During my time at Dickinson I served in a number of leadership roles including managing the campus radio station and campus sustainability efforts.

Since the late 90's, Dickinson has emerged as one of the top 25 green colleges in America. As an alumni I've worked alongside other alums and the institution to spur the College's continual growth as a member of the President's Commission on Sustainability and co-founder of the group Alumni for a Sustainable Dickinson.