President, Kerr Communications
Peter Kerr is the founder and president of Kerr Communications, a consultancy firm providing training for media engagement, public relations, crisis planning, public speaking, intercultural communications training and leadership improvement. He is also program director and assistant professor of communications at Asbury University. He has traveled to more than 50 countries on six continents and speaks six languages. Kerr has worked with CNN, NBC, FOX, the BBC, the New York Times and many others. He led media relations during the 2004 Reagan funeral and has media trained hundreds of leaders including White House officials, generals, CEOs and non-profit leaders. He led the Air Force media training team at the Pentagon for two years, and has media trained hundreds of leaders including White House officials, senior military generals, CEOs, non-profit leaders, pastors, communications directors and various politicians. He served as chief media liaison officer for outdoor events at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, and did crisis planning and consultancy for the 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. His experiences range from releasing the $110 billion Air Force budget to the D.C. press corps to arranging an airshow in Italy and negotiating with U.S. embassies and foreign military leaders. He also speaks at many international symposiums and conferences every year and enjoys giving of his skills by serving on boards and working with non-profits.