Dan Williamson

Senior Vice President

Dan’s professional life as a journalist and public relations spokesperson makes for an interesting combination of experiences. As a reporter, he doggedly pursued stories by asking probing questions of public figures in search of answers. As Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications for Columbus Mayor Michael B. Coleman, he served as a key policy advisor and chief communicator, or as his former self might say – the gatekeeper.

His ability to grasp the complexities surrounding an entity’s message and the media is what makes Dan an extraordinary asset to Werth’s team and the clients he counsels. He is a savvy communicator who understandably gets media relations, and revels in working through strategic public relations and public policy matters. He is no stranger to crisis communication and is at his professional best when scripting messages and coaching leaders.

Dan gives back and advocates for his city in many ways, one of which is serving on the Children’s Hunger Alliance Governing Board.

Getting to know Dan:

What does is mean to have influence?
People asking your opinion and actually listening when you give it.
What are your must-have sources for news?
The New York Times' baseball section.
What do you do for fun when you're not working?
Watch silly superhero movies with my children.
What attracted you to Werth?
It has a reputation of pure quality. It's the firm people go to when they need to get it right the first time.