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Kimberly Schrader West brings more than a decade of experience in media relations, corporate communications and reputation management, and public affairs. She specializes in delivering integrated, omnichannel communications programs for technology firms.
As a media relations lead at Booz Allen, Kimberly connects journalists with leaders across the firm’s areas of expertise and markets, finds and highlights powerful stories of Booz Allen’s impact, and serves as a corporate spokesperson. She provides regular counsel and support on corporate communications programming.
Before joining the firm, Kimberly was a partner at FleishmanHillard in Washington, DC leading a team specializing in B2B and B2G communications and the office’s portfolio of corporate work. Prior to working at FleishmanHillard, Kimberly was an assistant vice president at FTI Consulting. She began her career at Burson-Marsteller.
Kimberly holds a M.S. in public relations from Boston University’s College of Communication and a B.A. in communication studies and German from Vanderbilt University.
Profile updated March 2017