Major Crisis Communications Campaigns Conducted by TASC

In the past few years, in the space of crisis communications, TASC has represented:

Felicity Huffman, who took accountability for her role in the national college fraud case

Trayvon Martin’s family, and their legal defense team in their efforts to launch a family foundation

A group of over 20 prominent asbestos law firms, in their fight to keep major companies like Johnson & Johnson from avoiding compensating victims of cancer caused by their products

Park51, also known as the Ground Zero mosque, and the Muslim-American community’s efforts to build a prayer space in Lower Manhattan

Susan Bro, who lost her daughter Heather Heyer at a counter protest to white supremacists in Charlottesville, and her Heather Heyer Foundation

Carmen Perez, co-founder of the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., as the organization struggled with negative media attention

Maria Contreras-Sweet, in her campaign to buy The Weinstein Company and run it as Hollywood’s first female-led movie studio

LifeSci Advisors, in its goal of advancing gender diversity in the life sciences industry

Yeshivat Maharat, in its mission to protect female Rabbis in the Orthodox Jewish community

RushCard, as the prepaid debit card company faced backlash over its massive technology failure

CleanSlate Centers, as the addiction treatment company sought to protect its good name from the ambitions of a prominent state attorney general