Part of the US leadership team, James Fuller’s experience includes client relationships that span a broad spectrum of consultative services. He has executed communications and brand management strategies in numerous sectors including healthcare, IT and professional services, real estate, insurance, government services, financial services, and energy. Fuller specializes in developing highly integrated, large-scale communications and advocacy campaigns and helping executives deliver effective communications. Over the past two decades, he has either participated in or led the communications strategy surrounding some of the nation’s most high-profile corporate crises including proxy battles, civil litigation cases, investigations, product recalls, and cyber security breaches.
Among his most recent work, Fuller helped a company manage a brand and communications transformation, coordinated a company re-branding, and helped prepare a healthcare company for a major new product launch and eventual IPO. Fuller also recently helped advise a financial services technology firm as it re-organized its corporate communications function by introducing a content strategy and aligning its external programs with the marketing and go-to-market divisions.
Before joining H+K, James served in the Bush Administration as chief of staff at the Consumer Product Safety Commission and as chief of staff, deputy chief operations officer, at the Transportation Security Administration. Prior to his appointments, Fuller was a senior aide to Senator Pete Domenici and served as the executive director of Bush-Cheney 2000 in New Mexico. Fuller also served as the chief of staff for the Republican Senate caucus of New Mexico legislature.