Public relations efforts

changing attitudes and behaviors

NAS Adak Base Closure
To help keep residents informed of activities surrounding the US Navy's base closure on Adak Island, URS Corporation hired Christianson Communications to develop and implement a public involvement campaign that met state and federal requirements. We received a commendation from the Navy for our efforts leading to the successful Record of Decision for the base closure.

Kvaerner ASA
When Kvaerner ASA took on the environmental activities associated with the closure of the Alaska-Juneau Mine they hired us to spearhead public involvement activities. Our work contributed to lessening of controversy and a negotiated solution with environmental groups, state and federal agencies.

SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium

SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) sought out our assistance with providing information to beneficiaries, as well as helping to develop a comprehensive marketing and public relations plan.

Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and Alaska Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

Christianson Communications developed the successful "Real Alaska Men Choose Respect" and "Choose Respect" campaigns to change social norms around domestic violence and sexual assault. The theme was later picked up by former Governor Sean Parnell as part of a State of Alaska initiative to end domestic and sexual violence. She also conceptualized and initiated the Network's Stand Up, Speak Up campaign.

KTOO Legacy Foundation

When the KTOO Legacy Foundation wanted to help Alaskans understand more about the importance of legacy giving, they turned to Christianson Communications for help developing outreach materials.

TEMSCO Helicopters Inc.

Christianson Communications helped TEMSCO Helicopters develop safety training and materials for employees.

Douglas Island Pink and Chum

DIPAC needed to develop newsletters and other public relations tools to help Alaskans understand the benefits of fish hatcheries.