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Mitchell Friedman, Ed.D.

San Francisco, CA

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IMC 631 - Crisis Communication
   
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Mitchell Friedman is the Associate Dean of Career Development and Student Affairs at Presidio Graduate School. He teaches IMC 631 - Crisis Communication. In the past Mitchell taught IMC 610 - Introduction to IMC and IMC 618 - PR Concepts and Strategy, earning consistently outstanding evaluations from students who completed these courses.

Mitchell has expertise in strategic communications consulting and training for organizations across many industries. Corporate leaders have recognized Mitchell with consistent high evaluations as a communications and leadership presenter, as have countless students in classes he has taught on leadership, organizational behavior, management communication, and public relations at universities located in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he resides.

In May 2011 Mitchell completed his Ed.D. (Doctorate in Education) at the University of San Francisco. His studies concentrated on organization and leadership, with his dissertation focusing on leadership development among officers in PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America). Mitchell also earned an M.A. in Modern European History from Stanford University and a B.A. in History from Brandeis University.

 
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