Secret Service Hires Anthony Guglielmi as Chief of Communications
Anthony Guglielmi, a former police official, is now the chief of communications for the U.S. Secret Service’s Office of Communication and Media Relations. The role is responsible for all matters related to media relations as well as employee and strategic communications at the agency.
He most recently served as the chief communications officer and lead spokesman for the Fairfax County Police Department in Virginia, the Secret Service said.
In the said role, he led public affairs for the state’s largest local law enforcement agency and advised county leadership on public safety issues.
Guglielmi also held communications responsibilities at the Chicago Police Department, where his team won an Emmy award from the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences.
He served as the Chicago Police Department’s top public safety strategist for large-scale events, including the 2016 Chicago World Cup Series championship and the 2020 NBA All-Star Spectacular. Guglielmi also handled communications about high-profile events and criminal investigations.
In March 2020, the Department of State tapped him to help the Haitian National Police Department to establish a communication and public engagement function.
Prior to joining the Chicago police, he served as director of public affairs at the Baltimore Police Department. He also held private-sector positions such as director of corporate communications and investor relations for K12, legislative communications adviser for Pfizer and chief of staff for the Armed Services Foundation.
He earned a degree in mass communication from the CSB Media Arts Center and completed coursework in performance studies at New York University.
Category: Federal Civilian
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