Noam Gelfond leads national commercial business development strategy and initiatives for kglobal. Based out of Los Angeles, he works with clients, prospects and kglobal colleagues to grow the agency’s national and West Coast footprint, services and offerings.
Noam’s experience spans both coasts and traverses national politics, trade associations, international public relations, brand and corporate communications, non-profits, and business development.
Noam’s career began in Detroit, Michigan with Chrysler Corporation in the Office of the Chairman, working on research, public affairs and editorial services. He then moved to Washington, D.C. to work as press secretary for U.S. Congressman Sander Levin, then moved to Connecticut in his role as chief speechwriter and deputy press secretary to U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman during his first successful campaign for national office.
Upon returning to the nation’s capital from the Lieberman campaign, Noam worked as an account director at a top-five international public relations agency and as Deputy Director of global new business at another.
Noam has managed his own communications agency and served as chief communications officer at United Way of America. Noam is a graduate of Michigan State University.
One last thing… Noam is writing a non-fiction book titled “What’s Code for Code?” about the use of code in business and everyday life. He’s published three works of fiction under the ingeniously derivative pen name N.M. Gelfond.