Dennis Feldman joined Ceisler Media in May 2013. Dennis uses his diverse background in communications to develop, implement, and sustain the firm’s various social media strategies and projects. His work with social media platforms and digital media devices is aimed at increasing collaboration and dialogue between the firm and its partners.  In addition, he helps integrate new media tools within the team’s traditional external and internal communications practices.

Prior to joining Ceisler Media, Dennis was a Mayor’s Internship Program participant at the City of Philadelphia’s Mayor’s Commission on Aging. In this position, he designed an original website enhancement strategy and presented it to the Commission’s board members. Moreover, he collaborated with MCOA’s Deputy Managing Director to improve the department’s networking capabilities across several mediums of communication.  Dennis has also worked as an event coordinator and administrative assistant.

Dennis first became familiar with different types of media when he was in high school. As an employee of his father’s retail tire and wheel business based in Long Beach, California, Dennis created and regularly produced promotional content for the company’s social media profiles. As a volunteer for Los Angeles Unified School District, Dennis directed, edited, and uploaded several videos used as instructional tools for California teachers.

Dennis graduated from Saint Joseph’s University with a degree in Political Science. While at Saint Joseph’s University, he served as team president of the Villiger Speech and Debate team and was both a national semifinalist and state champion. He also organized and directed an annual high school speech and debate tournament on his University’s campus – an event that consistently draws more than a 1,000 attendees from across the country each year. Dennis spent multiple summers in college teaching public speaking and speech writing to high school students at George Mason University’s prestigious forensics institute.

Dennis continues to work with Saint Joseph’s University’s speech and debate program as a volunteer coach. He enjoys spending time with his big family, and he attributes his versatile skill set to the dynamic personalities of his siblings. He is also an avid fan of sports, film, creative writing, and comedy.