Dr. Sean Gresh is an executive speechwriter, teacher, and a communications consultant who specializes in personal branding. His background includes researching two best-selling books, writing two books, managing a communications group of writers and video producers at a Fortune 100 company, freelance writing (Glamour magazine, The Boston Globe, America Magazine, etc.), and working as an executive speechwriter at IBM for 12 years. A graduate of La Salle University (BA), Manhattan College (MA), and Columbia University-Teachers College (Ed.D) and a certified Teacher of English as a Second Language (2013), he has been teaching at Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies for five years and teaches courses in organizational communication, personal branding, and interviewing.
EducationEdD from Teachers College at Columbia University (1974)
Author of two books, 20+years as an executive speechwriter at three Fortunate 100 companies (Honeywell Information Systems, Digital Equipment Corporation and IBM), teaching at several colleges and universities (Allen University, University of South Carolina-Aiken, Emerson College and Boston College), and a regular contributor to The Boston Globe (6 years) and Glamour magazine (6 years).