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LEONARD GEORGE offers a global perspective and worldwide reach.

Through an alliance with UK's public relations firm BIG TENT, LEONARD GEORGE comes with
 far reaching capabilities to politicians and dignitaries, not just in the US and UK, but in Asia, Central Asia, Africa, and the Gulf.

eeping within the Cracknell family of entrepreneurs, BIG TENT is led by David Cracknell, a former political editor for The London Sunday Times. David is amongst UK's most elite journalists featured in a "collection of the most powerful people in PR" by UK's PR Week Powerbook. He is an
 Oxford-educated journalist-turned-PR man, and was part of the team behind the election of the first female prime minister to Thailand. He also worked for the President of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvilli, who was very close to George Bush and the Republicans when in the White House.

Cracknell and his team advise foreign governments and their embassies on their reputation in the UK, as well as advising UK-based multi-nationals on corporate reputation in midst of multi-million dollar financial contract disputes, and other such restorative business practices.

Cracknell has appeared as a political commentator on NPR discussing British politics. He has also been a regular on Sky News (affiliate of Fox News) and has provided BBC with commentary on politics and the media. Other clients under the Big Tent umbrella include Lexis Nexis UK and the growing mobile telephone company Txttrans. 

Big Tent, like LEONARD GEORGE, also has a philanthropic side, helping the well-known YMCA brand get on board with the healthy living and anti-obesity agenda in the run up to the Olympics 2012.

For over a decade LEONARD GEORGE has provided media & talent relations support to Airline Ambassadors International [AAI], the only non-profit within the airline industry that provides humanitarian aid to those in need around the world, often mobilizing all major airlines in collaboration to fly emergency aid and workers to disaster-struck locations.

In midst of the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, LEONARD GEORGE arranged for an OPRAH TV crew to fly on one of their emergency supply planes, a flight not otherwise accessible to media. A CNN feature on human trafficking soon followed, along with a co-hosted Dulles Airport press conference with the Governor of Virginia to sign into law an unprecedented number of bills combating human trafficking, a crime second only to the illegal drug business here in the United States.

Later that year, LEONARD GEORGE led a team of television executives and personalities to South Africa on a humanitarian tour. The team supported over 500 impoverished children through the love of soccer with sponsoring five star resort Mosaic South Africa and partnering nonprofits Football Foundation of South Africa, Soles4Souls, and Grassroots Soccer founded by professional soccer player Ethan Zohn, winner of the hit CBS adventure series Survivor: Africa. 

LEONARD GEORGE has also supported AAI fundraisers at the United Nations, one was co-hosted by NBC TODAY co-host Ann Curry and CBS travel guru Peter Greenberg, managing the red carpet while shedding light on global human rights issues through celebrity guests.

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“Good reputations create wealth.”
-Charles J. Fombrum, author of REPUTATION from Harvard Business School Press