Liam Collopy - Vice President
Liam Collopy serves as Executive Vice President at Harden Communications Partners spearheading the overall direction and success of client campaigns with a can-do attitude and hands-on proactive approach that has garnered the admiration of clients and media alike. Liam firmly believes in the “Relations” aspect of Public Relations, fostering stellar relationships—even friendships—with influential journalists that frequently call upon him for stories, exclusives and access to his marquee clients.
Liam aspires to become an indispensable member of his client’s team, and they to become long-term Harden family members. While at Harden, Liam has introduced and led a number of immensely successful traditional and Social Media campaigns for clients that have resulted in greatly increased client visibility, awareness and a high number of referrals from other clients looking to duplicate that success.
Liam’s creativity and expertise in media relations—which have included placements with CNN, Nightline, Today, The View, TIME, and Newsweek resulted in his winning the prestigious 2006 Bulldog Awards (the Oscars of PR) for Excellence in Media Relations and Publicity for “Best Arts and Entertainment Campaign of the Year.” Liam also won the same award again in 2010 and in 2011 for “Best Crisis Communications Campaign of the Year.”
Prior to Harden Partners, Liam was President of LCO—Levine Communications Office in Beverly Hills which represented 58 Academy Award Winners, 34 Grammy Winners and 43 NY Times Best Sellers. Liam began his career—while in school—with Ogilvy Public Relations in Silicon Valley.
Liam earned his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Notre Dame de Namur University in June of 2001 where he served as his graduating class’ representative speaker. Liam has been recognized as a Lifetime Member by both the Golden Key National Honor Society and California Scholarship Federation for academic excellence.
In his spare time, Liam enjoys swimming and other outdoor-related activities as well as following the success of his beloved 49ers and Giants.