Smart and effective communications professional with experience developing a strong public relations and marketing program. Able to generate new ideas and attract coverage from television, radio, online and print media.
David Novich started his journalism career in 1999 at The Journal News/Lohud.com, a daily newspaper covering the suburbs north of New York City. He started out as a political reporter, covering several local communities in Westchester County. In 2003, he moved on to become an education writer, reporting on national issues such as standardized testing and teacher quality.
In 2007, he took on the newly created position of public information officer for the Westchester County Department of Emergency Services. During a year and half there, he developed the department's public relations program and attracted media coverage for a wide range of department activities, including new training facilities for firefighters, a new emergency team for construction accidents, and new preparations for airline crashes and hurricanes. He also created "Ready Westchester," the department's first ever public outreach and marketing campaign, to teach residents how to prepare for emergencies.
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