Matthew Doering is the Founder and President of Global Gateway Advisors. He is a corporate and global public affairs consultant with extensive expertise in reputation management and stakeholder engagement. For 17 years, he has worked primarily in the international communications arena advising clients on market positioning, thought leadership, issues and crisis management, employee engagement, global public affairs, litigation support and corporate social responsibility. He has worked on programs in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
In 2011 Matthew led strategic communications and media outreach for the APEC 2011 USA Host Committee representing private sector input for host companies such as Microsoft, Google, P&G, Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorganChase, Chevron, FedEx and Cargill. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) is the premier forum for facilitating sustainable economic growth, cooperation, trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region.
Matthew has worked as an advisor to the Brazil Government’s international communications team. He has provided strategy and counsel for the global news bureau operations driving leadership positioning for the country among international audiences on issues such as economic strength, infrastructure, stability and innovation.
Matthew has advised clients on a wide-array of engagements for such organizations as Abbott, Amgen, the Brazil Government, Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Exxon Mobil Chemical Company, Merck, Lockheed Martin, Cayman Islands Government, Cadbury Schweppes, Siemens Healthcare, Subway Restaurants and the Singapore Economic Development Board.
Carol Harrison is a founding Senior Partner at Global Gateway Advisors. She has 16 years of experience in developing and executing global communication programs related to public health and the healthcare industry. She has supported programs on behalf of global pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology startups, public health and scientific non-profits and food and nutrition corporations. Carol advises clients on organizational and brand positioning, stakeholder engagement, scientific communications, advocacy relations, crisis and issues management, sales force and employee communications and media relations. She has worked on programs across Asia and the Americas.
Carol’s client experience includes Abbott, BASF, the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), Capsugel, Inc., CV Therapeutics, Inc. (now Gilead), Guidant, Living Cities, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, MedImmune (now the biologics division of Astra Zeneca), UCB, TAP Pharmaceuticals (now Takeda) and the Obesity Society. She has worked across a variety of therapeutic categories including cardiovascular disease, endocrinology (thyroid disease, obesity), infectious disease (HIV/AIDS, seasonal and pandemic influenza), immunology and oncology.
Prior to joining Global Gateway Advisors, Carol was Senior Vice President and Partner at Fleishman-Hillard, an international communications agency. She also spent several years on Capitol Hill developing and promoting legislative agenda’s related to healthcare and defense policy as well as guiding constituent companies through the complex appropriation process.
Carol is the Chair of the Board of Directors for The Brownstone School, a non-profit preschool in New York City.