What We Do

Government Relations

We are successful in working with government at all levels including arranging meetings, providing in depth analysis of issues, preparing grants, getting legislation enacted and securing appropriations.  We develop customized programs specific to the client’s needs.

Crisis Response Planning and Implementation

We are experienced in all aspects of crisis response, from pre-crisis planning to the on-the-spot implementation.  We work to ensure that clients are prepared to respond proactively in the event of a crisis.  We serve on the front-lines of crisis communication on behalf of clients who need assistance with media relations.

We are ready to assist with audience and issue analysis, planning for community meetings, policy development of risk and crisis communications as well as development of social responsibility programs.  We also prepare reader-friendly communication materials to culturally diverse audiences.

Risk Communication and Crisis Media Training

We specialize in the development of customized training in the principles and practice of risk and crisis communication.  Our training programs include real-life case studies, hands-on practice, videotaping of participants, and discussions of risk perception, community outrage and outreach strategies.  We offer courses in Risk and Crisis Communication, First Contact Communication and Media Training.  Each training is customized to fit our client’s specific communication needs.

Public Involvement & Community Outreach

We work with our clients to develop a community outreach plan that is specific to the company’s needs.  The outreach plan incorporates what can be done at the local, state, national and international levels and includes a list of local contacts, community events, suggested advertising, supporting brochures and specific community information. 

Who We Are: Our Team

Lisa ParkerLisa Parker, B.S., Certificate in Corporate Community Outreach, directs project operations and heads crisis response programs.  Lisa has extensive experience in conducting risk/media/crisis communication training throughout North America as well as serving as the spokesperson during crisis incidents.

Lisa is a lifelong resident of Alaska and has worked in every corner of the state.  She assisted in making the Red Dog Mine a reality, helped organize a non-persistent product oil spill response organization, worked in local government as the Planning Director for the Kenai Peninsula Borough, served as government and community relations manager for an international manufacturing company as well as a Cook Inlet oil and gas company and has served inpublic office both in Anchorage and on the Kenai Peninsula. Lisa was appointed to the University of Alaska Board of Regents in 2015 and serves on a variety of boards and commissions.


Steve HornSteve Horn, B.B. A., M.B.A., Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership, provides professional expertise in the areas of strategic planning, organizational growth and business management. Steve is an Assistant Professor of Business at Kenai Peninsula College (KPC). He first started teaching at KPC in 1994 as an Adjunct Professor and in 2011 become a full-time term instructor at the college. In 2012 Steve was hired as tenure-track Assistant Professor of Business and Economics. His professional career includes over 20 years working in the non-profit sector as an Executive Director of several businesses and associations. Steve has extensive experience in nonprofit organization, leadership, administration and management. He is a member of the Central Peninsula Hospital Board of Directors.