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KIKI KEATING, FOUNDER
As the founding director of the Public and Media Relations office at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business, Kiki Keating built the department in 1998 and worked through 2013 to create awareness and advance the reputation of the Tuck and Dartmouth brands throughout the world. Keating is a recognized leader in the business education communications world and a frequent speaker at global business school conferences.
Keating was integral to the success of Tuck's top ten rankings in a variety of publications including Business Week, The FT, and the Economist. She was instrumental in creating over 2000 press hits a year for the Tuck School and placing numerous opinion pieces for the faculty and deans. She created innovative programs such as the global business school deans' roundtables, the student ambassador program, the FT Dean’s Talk blog, and the website for the Council on Business and Society, a consortium of six global business schools.
Responsible for the design, development, and implementation of the school’s international PR and media strategy, Keating led international trips for the dean and faculty, managed and led all public and media relations efforts for the school, and worked closely with faculty, staff, administration, research centers, students, and alumni to promote research, and create and run programs and events.
An experienced trial attorney, Keating is also a certified mediator/arbitrator, which has proved to be an extraordinary skill to have within the higher-education sector. She earned a BA from Smith College and a JD from the University of Maine. She resides in Hanover, NH and commutes regularly to Boston, New York, and countless locations throughout the world for myriad event and media relations assignments.
Keating is also co-founder of the MaKi Network business school conferences, and consults for the Brytemoore Group in New York, Wynne PR in Los Angeles, Noir sur Blanc in Paris, ASGK in Washington, D.C., The Communication Center, and The Cohl Group.