The faces of FitzGibbon Media
Trevor started FitzGibbon Media to provide domestic and global public relations strategy around cutting edge political, human rights and environmental campaigns. Through the years he has worked for a who’s who in the progressive movement — from MoveOn to Amnesty International to Global Zero to Change.org.
He helped to blow up the inhumane conditions and solitary confinement that alleged Wikileaks source, Private Chelsea Manning, was forced to endure — the international media frenzy helped to trigger Manning’s transfer from Quantico to Leavenworth Military base where she was no longer held in solitary confinement. He helped organize and place a group of active duty American officers and soldiers, stationed in Iraq, in their effort to publicly speak out and call for an end to the war.
Currently FitzGibbon is helping to lead the PR effort for a variety of campaigns including Mayors Against Illegal Guns in support of gun control measures after the Sandy Hook massacre, immigration reform and the path towards citizenship, running a hard-hitting campaign to address Climate Change, and supporting journalist Jeremy Scahill’s new film, Dirty Wars that shines a spotlight on the Obama administration’s targeted assassinations and drone program.
FitzGibbon has placed clients in front of a wide range of audiences on shows including “60 Minutes,” “Meet the Press,” and “The Daily Show”.
Whether it’s handling the political media relations for Trent Reznor, Pearl Jam and R.E.M in the effort to close Guantanamo and speak out against torture or orchestrating the international media strategy to eliminate nuclear weapons, FitzGibbon has effectively injected clients into the international news cycle time and time again.