Deirdre Murphy Ramsey


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Deirdre Murphy Ramsey is a communications strategist and crisis manager with over fifteen years of experience in congressional, campaign, and corporate communications.

At Precision, Deirdre has focused on helping corporate, non-profit, political, and advocacy clients implement strategic communications plans and respond to crises on a range of issues. She has worked with clients across diverse industries, from rebranding sports teams to improving reputations across the technology, entertainment, and energy sectors, and devising campaign-style advocacy strategies to drive messages and action across the country.

Before joining Precision, Deirdre led communications for IBM’s global government and policy team. At IBM, she drove the media strategy for the company’s public policy advocacy efforts and generated awareness of the company’s brand and positions on technology policy issues of the day, including cybersecurity, patent reform, privacy, trade, tax, immigration, and other topics.

Prior to working at IBM, Deirdre served in several congressional and campaign communications roles, including national press secretary at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee where she worked with campaigns to develop and implement message strategies. Deirdre also served as press secretary for U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer and communications director for U.S. Senator Michael Bennet. Deirdre also led in-state communications teams for Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid, traveling to seven states to create local press and support surrogate media opportunities.

Deirdre holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia and is a proud alumna of the Cavalier Daily, the University’s student-run daily newspaper.