Bruce Boyle

Executive Communications Strategist

After more than a decade of journalism in Philadelphia and San Diego, Bruce began a second career in crisis communication, public relations and investor relations. He has worked as a crisis consultant to Fortune 100 companies, as well as a variety of for-profit and nonprofit organizations in finance, heavy industry, education and health care.

Bruce has worked at the executive level under extraordinary circumstances as a trainer, writer and strategist. As a writer, he has produced everything from announcements of mergers and acquisitions to corporate annual reports. Prior to joining Karma, he did consulting work for Texaco, Dow Chemical, Exide Technologies, NutraSweet and Norfolk Southern and managed all communications through the failure of one of the nation’s largest savings and loan companies.

At Karma, he has worked through the bankruptcy of a sub-prime lender and done public relations or brand campaigns for higher education, health care, chemical industry and insurance clients. He prides himself on delivering thoughtful, tailored counsel that only a seasoned professional can bring.

Bruce has served as a board member for several nonprofits and is currently a member of the marketing committee at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. A former demolition expert in the military, he attended the Temple University School of Journalism on a vocational rehabilitation grant after wounds suffered in Vietnam. He is married with one son. If he’s not working, he’s reading.


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