Vogl Communications, Inc., headquartered in Washington DC, was established in 1990. The partners each had public relations and international communications experience at major institutions prior to establishing the firm. Over its more than two decades, Vogl Communications has worked for clients operating across North America and Western Europe, while also undertaking special assignments in East Africa and Asia. While much of the firm’s work has been involved with finance and economics, it has also worked extensively in international mining, economic development and the universe of multilateral development institutions. The partners have also pursued extensive pro bono associations with civil society in the U.S. and overseas.
Frank Vogl – Born and educated in the U.K. with a BA from the University of Leeds, holds U.S. and U.K. citizenship. Former international economics journalist (Reuters, The Times of London) and former Director of Information & Public Affairs at the World Bank. Co-founder of Transparency International and the Partnership for Transparency Fund. Former member of the Board of Directors of Ethics Resource Center. Member of the advisory councils of the New Israel Fund, Transparency International, and the United Nations Association of the Greater Washington Metropolitan Area. Visit www.frankvogl.com to learn more about Frank’s book Waging War on Corruption – Inside the Movement Fighting the Abuse of Power.
Emily Vogl – Former public relations officer for the European Union in Washington. Author, lecturer, and linguist in European languages. Emily, born and educated in Frankfurt, Germany, is a U.S. citizen. Emily, having studied at universities in Germany, Israel and Italy, took her M.S. degree from Georgetown University and is fluent in German, English, French and Italian and has near-fluency in several other languages. Emily is expert in global press relations and media promotion.