Communications Strategies


3200 West End AvenueNashvilleTennessee37203United States View Map


$2.4 Million



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(615) 783-1627


Communications Strategies is a multiple award-winning public relations company founded in 2004. We operate on a very clear principle: Exceed Expectations. Washington, DC native Peter Woolfolk, president and founder, has 25+ years of successful executive level public relations experience, including a White House appointment as Special Assistant/Communications in the administration of President Bill Clinton. Before going into the administration, he was a press secretary for the 1997 Presidential Inaugural Committee; and the Clinton/Gore 1996 campaign's Delaware press secretary. At the close of the Clinton Administration he worked at a consulting firm and provided media relations services for former U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. David Satcher. Woolfolk also served successfully as press secretary to three senior Members of Congress, including the late chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee Augustus Hawkins. Woolfolk moved to Nashville in 2002 to become the vice president of communications and public relations at Fisk University. There he created the smooth jazz sound for WFSK-FM radio, one of Nashville's most popular radio stations. His additional experience includes: producing and hosting both radio and television public affairs programs; he is an experienced public speaker and guest speaker at colleges and universities. Currently, he is on the board of directors and executive committee of the Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee; a commissioner with the Metro Human Relations Commission, and on the board of directors of the Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce. Communications Strategies is a certified DBE firm under the Tennessee Uniform Certification Program and with Metro Nashville Government. Success is a team effort. Our very talented and experienced staff includes: Barbara Dab Barbara is an excellent writer. Recently, she has written, placed multiple op-eds in the Tennessean newspaper, written a script for a Nashville International Airport video. She also wrote and placed a 1500 word feature article in a national magazine on the construction of Nashville's Music City Center. Her on-air media experience facilitates securing media placements for clients. Barbara has been a reporter for the Public News Service, a national radio news wire service. She has successfully managed multiple community relations events for our clients. In addition, she currently is the producer and host of public affairs programs on WGFX-FM and WKDF-FM in Nashville, TN where she addresses a wide-range of public issues. In Los Angeles her experience elevated her to News Director of National Public Radio's largest news operation KPFK- FM where she was responsible for all aspects of producing the "KPFK Evening Newshour. She also managed the live broadcast of the 2000 Democratic National Convention. In addition, she was a correspondent to Pacifica National News Network in Washington, D.C. She has been responsible for managing strategic communications and media relations for many political campaigns, including the election of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa the first Latino Mayor in Los Angeles history. She also successfully managed the strategic and crisis communications for a historic lock-out of the Longshore Workers Union. Barbara earned her Master's Degree in Broadcast Journalism at University of Southern California.

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