Joannie C. Danielides, Founder and President
Joannie is a veteran public relations executive whose forte at image-making has pointed the media spotlight on her clients to raise their profiles in their professions. She has designed public relations campaigns to brand executives and new businesses in fields from finance and healthcare to education and the arts and has implemented public image campaigns for career-oriented and community-minded entrepreneurs of distinction using her well-recognized specialty for branding.
A personal and professional tastemaker, Joannie created a series of Public Service Announcements to promote nurse practitioners and breast cancer awareness. She received the Media Award from the American Academy of Nursing for securing a “60 Minutes” feature titled, “The Nurse Will See You Now.” She has also been recognized with the Matrix and Star awards.
Ms. Danielides helps the Apollo Theater raise funds for educational programming, and sits on the Board of Directors of the American Farm School and the José Carreras Leukemia Foundation. Most importantly, she takes pride in being a mentor to young businesspeople, empowering them to strive for success.
Nicholas Danielides, CEO
Nick manages the international business of DCI. He promotes worldwide awareness of clients and their projects, engaging the international media and inviting all stakeholders to listen to and learn from each other.
He designs and executes global media training programs and crisis communications strategies. Mr. Danielides prides himself on ethically promoting clients striving to become leaders in their industry, and specializes in executive counsel and management. He has advised many leading national and international political leaders who have sought his counsel for imaging and branding.
Mr. Danielides has coordinated highly successful world events including the United Nations’ 50th Anniversary Celebration in New York City, which included prominent heads of state. He has also created and orchestrated numerous healthcare forums and promoted healthcare institutions and foundations such as Cooley's Anemia Foundation and EHE International, as well as championed special organizations like The Center for Arts Education.