Joshua Meyer

Joshua Meyer

Joshua Meyer

Senior Consultant, Communications, New York

Mr. Meyer, a Senior Consultant in our Segal Benz Communications practice, has more than 25 years of strategic communications consulting experience. He is located in the firm’s New York office and provides counsel to clients on a wide range of benefits communications issues using a broad array of media.

Mr. Meyer works nationally with Segal’s multiemployer clients in a number of industry groups, including Carpenters, Communications Workers, Electrical Workers, Entertainment Workers, Ironworkers, Laborers, Machinists, Painters, Plumbers and Pipefitters, Operating Engineers, Service Employees, Sheet Metal Workers, Teamsters, Transit Workers and United Food and Commercial Workers. He also works with clients in the public sector and corporate markets. In recent years, he has helped a number of multiemployer benefit funds develop communications strategies around explaining major plan changes, including working with funds applying for Multiemployer Pension Reform Act (MPRA) relief, as well as developing brand identities, websites and videos for his clients.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Meyer provided strategic communications, research and planning consulting for local, regional and national unions, benefit funds and affiliated organizations. His experience also includes developing public image and branding campaigns and performing organizational analyses to develop long- and short-term strategic plans, organizational goals, resource allocation, and strategies for growth and membership mobilization. Additionally he has experiences in creating design, structure and content for websites and creating and analyzing polls as well as developing e-advocacy strategies and campaigns. Mr. Meyer has researched and written position papers, policy briefs, speeches and Op-Ed pieces analyzing U.S. industries such as construction, transportation, healthcare and hospitality. He has also written about international health care and pension systems, economic development, labor law, immigration and international trade.

Mr. Meyer received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Mr. Meyer has been a presenter at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Annual Employee Benefits Conference, Segal's New York Fund Administrators Seminar and the Chicago Area Administrators Summit, and has been published in Benefits Magazine, a publication of the IFEBP.

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Joshua Meyer

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Joshua Meyer

Joshua Meyer

Senior Consultant, Communications, New York

Mr. Meyer, a Senior Consultant in our Segal Benz Communications practice, has more than 25 years of strategic communications consulting experience. He is located in the firm’s New York office and provides counsel to clients on a wide range of benefits communications issues using a broad array of media.

Mr. Meyer works nationally with Segal’s multiemployer clients in a number of industry groups, including Carpenters, Communications Workers, Electrical Workers, Entertainment Workers, Ironworkers, Laborers, Machinists, Painters, Plumbers and Pipefitters, Operating Engineers, Service Employees, Sheet Metal Workers, Teamsters, Transit Workers and United Food and Commercial Workers. He also works with clients in the public sector and corporate markets. In recent years, he has helped a number of multiemployer benefit funds develop communications strategies around explaining major plan changes, including working with funds applying for Multiemployer Pension Reform Act (MPRA) relief, as well as developing brand identities, websites and videos for his clients.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Meyer provided strategic communications, research and planning consulting for local, regional and national unions, benefit funds and affiliated organizations. His experience also includes developing public image and branding campaigns and performing organizational analyses to develop long- and short-term strategic plans, organizational goals, resource allocation, and strategies for growth and membership mobilization. Additionally he has experiences in creating design, structure and content for websites and creating and analyzing polls as well as developing e-advocacy strategies and campaigns. Mr. Meyer has researched and written position papers, policy briefs, speeches and Op-Ed pieces analyzing U.S. industries such as construction, transportation, healthcare and hospitality. He has also written about international health care and pension systems, economic development, labor law, immigration and international trade.

Mr. Meyer received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Mr. Meyer has been a presenter at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Annual Employee Benefits Conference, Segal's New York Fund Administrators Seminar and the Chicago Area Administrators Summit, and has been published in Benefits Magazine, a publication of the IFEBP.

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Joshua Meyer

Senior Consultant, Communications, New York

Joshua Meyer

Contact Joshua

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Meyer, a Senior Consultant in our Segal Benz Communications practice, has more than 25 years of strategic communications consulting experience. He is located in the firm’s New York office and provides counsel to clients on a wide range of benefits communications issues using a broad array of media.

Mr. Meyer works nationally with Segal’s multiemployer clients in a number of industry groups, including Carpenters, Communications Workers, Electrical Workers, Entertainment Workers, Ironworkers, Laborers, Machinists, Painters, Plumbers and Pipefitters, Operating Engineers, Service Employees, Sheet Metal Workers, Teamsters, Transit Workers and United Food and Commercial Workers. He also works with clients in the public sector and corporate markets. In recent years, he has helped a number of multiemployer benefit funds develop communications strategies around explaining major plan changes, including working with funds applying for Multiemployer Pension Reform Act (MPRA) relief, as well as developing brand identities, websites and videos for his clients.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Meyer provided strategic communications, research and planning consulting for local, regional and national unions, benefit funds and affiliated organizations. His experience also includes developing public image and branding campaigns and performing organizational analyses to develop long- and short-term strategic plans, organizational goals, resource allocation, and strategies for growth and membership mobilization. Additionally he has experiences in creating design, structure and content for websites and creating and analyzing polls as well as developing e-advocacy strategies and campaigns. Mr. Meyer has researched and written position papers, policy briefs, speeches and Op-Ed pieces analyzing U.S. industries such as construction, transportation, healthcare and hospitality. He has also written about international health care and pension systems, economic development, labor law, immigration and international trade.

Mr. Meyer received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Mr. Meyer has been a presenter at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Annual Employee Benefits Conference, Segal's New York Fund Administrators Seminar and the Chicago Area Administrators Summit, and has been published in Benefits Magazine, a publication of the IFEBP.

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Joshua Meyer

Senior Consultant, Communications, New York

Joshua Meyer

Contact Joshua

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Meyer, a Senior Consultant in our Segal Benz Communications practice, has more than 25 years of strategic communications consulting experience. He is located in the firm’s New York office and provides counsel to clients on a wide range of benefits communications issues using a broad array of media.

Mr. Meyer works nationally with Segal’s multiemployer clients in a number of industry groups, including Carpenters, Communications Workers, Electrical Workers, Entertainment Workers, Ironworkers, Laborers, Machinists, Painters, Plumbers and Pipefitters, Operating Engineers, Service Employees, Sheet Metal Workers, Teamsters, Transit Workers and United Food and Commercial Workers. He also works with clients in the public sector and corporate markets. In recent years, he has helped a number of multiemployer benefit funds develop communications strategies around explaining major plan changes, including working with funds applying for Multiemployer Pension Reform Act (MPRA) relief, as well as developing brand identities, websites and videos for his clients.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Meyer provided strategic communications, research and planning consulting for local, regional and national unions, benefit funds and affiliated organizations. His experience also includes developing public image and branding campaigns and performing organizational analyses to develop long- and short-term strategic plans, organizational goals, resource allocation, and strategies for growth and membership mobilization. Additionally he has experiences in creating design, structure and content for websites and creating and analyzing polls as well as developing e-advocacy strategies and campaigns. Mr. Meyer has researched and written position papers, policy briefs, speeches and Op-Ed pieces analyzing U.S. industries such as construction, transportation, healthcare and hospitality. He has also written about international health care and pension systems, economic development, labor law, immigration and international trade.

Mr. Meyer received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Mr. Meyer has been a presenter at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Annual Employee Benefits Conference, Segal's New York Fund Administrators Seminar and the Chicago Area Administrators Summit, and has been published in Benefits Magazine, a publication of the IFEBP.

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Joshua Meyer

Joshua Meyer

Senior Consultant, Communications, New York

Contact Joshua

The information you provide will not be shared with anyone outside Segal.

Mr. Meyer, a Senior Consultant in our Segal Benz Communications practice, has more than 25 years of strategic communications consulting experience. He is located in the firm’s New York office and provides counsel to clients on a wide range of benefits communications issues using a broad array of media.

Mr. Meyer works nationally with Segal’s multiemployer clients in a number of industry groups, including Carpenters, Communications Workers, Electrical Workers, Entertainment Workers, Ironworkers, Laborers, Machinists, Painters, Plumbers and Pipefitters, Operating Engineers, Service Employees, Sheet Metal Workers, Teamsters, Transit Workers and United Food and Commercial Workers. He also works with clients in the public sector and corporate markets. In recent years, he has helped a number of multiemployer benefit funds develop communications strategies around explaining major plan changes, including working with funds applying for Multiemployer Pension Reform Act (MPRA) relief, as well as developing brand identities, websites and videos for his clients.

Prior to joining Segal, Mr. Meyer provided strategic communications, research and planning consulting for local, regional and national unions, benefit funds and affiliated organizations. His experience also includes developing public image and branding campaigns and performing organizational analyses to develop long- and short-term strategic plans, organizational goals, resource allocation, and strategies for growth and membership mobilization. Additionally he has experiences in creating design, structure and content for websites and creating and analyzing polls as well as developing e-advocacy strategies and campaigns. Mr. Meyer has researched and written position papers, policy briefs, speeches and Op-Ed pieces analyzing U.S. industries such as construction, transportation, healthcare and hospitality. He has also written about international health care and pension systems, economic development, labor law, immigration and international trade.

Mr. Meyer received a BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University and a Masters of Public Policy from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Mr. Meyer has been a presenter at the International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans (IFEBP) Annual Employee Benefits Conference, Segal's New York Fund Administrators Seminar and the Chicago Area Administrators Summit, and has been published in Benefits Magazine, a publication of the IFEBP.