Stefan Mychajliw is an award winning television news reporter and public relations executive with deep experience in broadcast journalism, public relations, and crisis communications. As an investigative journalist, he knows exactly what companies, governments, and school districts need to know when it comes to managing media relations, especially in times of crisis. The experience of spending 14 years in television newsrooms will greatly benefit your organization in not only surviving, but thriving following a crisis.
As you can see from the photos above, Stefan has gone "toe to toe" and asked tough questions of some heavy hitters in the political arena, including former First Lady and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Former Vice President and Oscar winner Al Gore, "America's Mayor" Rudolph Guiliani, former President George W. Bush, and former President George H. W. Bush.
Stefan has been around the public relations block quite a bit, while serving as the Spokesman and Public Relations Director for the second largest school District in New York State, Buffalo Public Schools, and the second largest school district in Western New York, Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District. This strong public sector experience is ideal in managing public relations for governments and school districts.
Dr. Dan Alexander spent ten years serving the people of Buffalo in his role as a Lieutenant in the Buffalo Fire Department, with many years fighting fires and saving lives with the brave men and women at Engine 3 and Rescue One. Dan retired from the Buffalo Fire Department to pursue his dream of becoming an orthopedic surgeon. He is now partner at the Finger Lakes Bone & Joint Center in Geneva, New York and is a successful business owner. Dan owns “Doc’s Lakeside Seafood & Steakhouse” in the heart of Canandaigua. His entrepreneurial spirit also includes being business partners in the medical billing company Catamount Associates and a pharmaceutical company.
Dan was born and raised on the East Side of Buffalo. New York, attended Buffalo Public Schools, and earned his medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo.