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Consultants Collective Profile: Gary Geipel

We’re pleased to present our latest featured profile, designed to introduce you to our member consultants, advisors, executive coaches, clients, partners and other extraordinary people. These profiles go beyond the professional bio to provide a more personal glimpse and offer an opportunity for us to get to know each other better as people as we strive to create connections and build community. This month we’re pleased to feature Consultants Collective member communications consultant, think-tank scholar, and university teacher, Gary Geipel.

Gary Geipel works with executives and organizations to demystify the workings of thought leadership, develop core messages and positioning strategies, design effective plans to influence public perceptions and policy outcomes, and implement at the highest level. Gary is a deeply experienced writer and policy analyst who partners with leaders to produce exceptional articles, speeches, and other materials tailored to their audiences and goals.

Who is your favorite fictional hero?

Inspector Jacques Clouseau of the Pink Panther series. You can’t keep him down!

Who is your favorite painter or composer?

A long time ago I stumbled on the works of the French symbolist Odilon Redon. His artistic life moved from one highly distinct period to another—all of them fascinating.

My favorite composers are Johannes Brahms for his symphonies and Hans Zimmer for his film scores.

What is one of your hobbies?

I have a strange obsession with the discoveries and life of the 18th-Century explorer James Cook.

What’s the last you book read?

Cloud Cuckoo Land, by Anthony Doerr. A beautiful, perfect novel.

Why do you do what you do?

I enjoy feeling as though I am adding some value among colleagues and occasionally leaving something enduring and meaningful behind.

What’s your favorite quote?

“No good deed goes unpunished.”

What is your latest accomplishment?

Recently, I finished writing a research report on a national-security topic—something I used to do regularly under my think-tank hat but had drifted away from. It felt good to try again.

What would you say is your chief characteristic?


What makes you happy?

My family. When they are happy, I am happy.

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