Beuerman | Miller | Fitzgerald
Greg Beuerman is a native of Nashville, Tennessee and graduate of Lipscomb University with dual degrees in history and political science. He moved to Baton Rouge in 1980 to work in the press office for then-Governor Dave Treen. With a background in political media and strategy, Greg served as consultant to numerous well known in and out of state political figures of both parties as well as leading multi-state issues management projects in fields as diverse as healthcare, energy, taxation and infrastructure funding and development. His reputation among many in Washington, D.C. and beyond led him to be selected to provide media consulting services for pro-democracy, free press and free enterprise advocates and political parties in Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia and Moldova following the collapse of the USSR.
Greg joined Exxon in the late 1980’s serving as public affairs and media relations advisor for the companies interests in several southern US states.
He and his longtime business partner, Virginia Miller founded the Beuerman Miller Group in 1999, acquiring the venerable Fitzgerald Advertising in 2002 (the south’s oldest agency) at which time the company was rebranded as BMF.
Among the most experienced and well recognized consultants in the fields of corporate reputation management and crisis communication, Greg has been engaged in scores of incident and issue responses from the Aleutian Islands to the Delaware River. Greg and his firm have developed a particular expertise in assisting energy companies, chemical manufacturers, and blue and brown water shipping companies as they plan for, train for and respond to a wide variety of crises situations. On various occasions Greg has traveled to Greece, Italy, Switzerland and Norway to assist BMF’s global shipping clients in preparing to manage media and stakeholder engagement in the event of an environmental incident. Twice he has been the recipient of US Coast Guard awards for meritorious service in incident responses.
Greg and his firm are frequently engaged by clients or their law firms in high profile, high stakes civil and even criminal litigation and have provided these services in various federal and state jurisdictions from Georgia to Nevada.
He also has an extensive background in international affairs, trade and cultural exchange, having served as Honorary Consul of Iceland for the past 28 years, and as Dean, Vice Dean and Secretary of the Louisiana Consular Corps. Greg is active in the World Affairs Council and the World Trade Center of New Orleans and is now the longest serving Icelandic Consul in the U.S.
Greg also serves as BMF team lead on the agency’s pro bono media and community relations work for First Lady Donna Edwards’ Stop Trafficking Louisiana campaign, an initiative the agency adopted as its primary 2022 community service project. Active in St. Charles Avenue Presbyterian Church, Greg has served as an Elder and currently serves as Chair of RHINO, the church’s disaster recovery and rebuilding ministry. He also serves as Secretary-Treasurer of Liberty’s Kitchen, a New Orleans-based jobs and life skills training program for inner city youth.