Dan Pasquini brings to Meteorite 15 years of experience in strategic communications and media relations, in city and international government. Whether advancing policy in the op-ed pages, crafting the language of winning campaigns, or cutting through the noise to earn major media coverage, he directs organizations to reach their audiences and their goals with clarity, wit, and purpose.
Dan has helped defuse a national crisis in Canada's border policy, turned an Emmy party into a vehicle to advance reconciliation with Native peoples, innovated the use of oral storytelling in diplomacy, and changed senior decision-makers' thinking about problems in public transit and education. He has also led successful efforts to achieve gender parity in public funding of the arts and to diversify the applicant pool for the U.K.'s prestigious Marshall Scholarship.
The single most memorable night of Dan's career was a dinner at the same table with Sidney Poitier, Morgan Freeman, Quincy Jones, and Stephen Hawking.