Kim Fuller, Crisis Management & Media Relations
Hailing from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Kim Fuller worked from 1984-2002 in Washington, D.C. During this period, she acted as Lead Press Representative, THE WHITE HOUSE for President George W. Bush and George H. W. Bush supporting both domestic and international agendas. As lead press advance representative, Kim served as the personal representative of the President in coordinating and negotiating media logistics activities for specified initiatives.
Currently, she conducts media relations and crisis management for a variety of high profile clients. She has worked on the crisis management of almost every major disaster in the United States, since 2001, that was given a disaster declaration by the President.
Kim provided strategy, messaging and media appearances during and leading up to a disaster. Clients have included FEMA Director James Lee Witt, International Code Council, government officials, leading experts in disaster management, response and recovery and more. She has focused on crisis communications surrounding emergency management over the past 20 years including media relations in response to the nation’s largest natural and man-made disasters (Hurricane Katrina, Ike, Super Storm Sandy, and BP Oil Spill).
In her public affairs work, Kim focuses on crisis communications, strategic planning and messaging of sensitive issues. She has served as chief spokesperson with live appearances on MSNBC; Fox News Channel; Nightline and CNN.