A pioneer in the field of legal marketing, Gina Pirozzi has been at the helm of G. Pirozzi Consulting since 1992. In that capacity she has represented a diverse group of professionals at some of New York’s most accomplished law firms, trade associations and not-for-profits.
Trained as a paralegal and the author of the Paralegal’s Guide to New York Law Firms, she joined Shearman & Sterling in that capacity before gravitating to public relations when she moved to Reid & Priest. Her legal bona fides led to her hiring at G.S. Schwartz Public Relations in New York City where she was called upon to develop publicity and marketing plans for a long list of leading law firms.
Her keen understanding of lawyers and their culture led to the creation of G. Pirozzi Consulting and she has been a fixture on the New York legal marketing scene ever since. She continues to specialize in publicity for law firms and professional services organizations and still credits paralegal training for her organizational skills and the thorough, detail-oriented programs that regularly gain best-in-class results for her clients.
Past and present clients include Mound Cotton Wollan & Greengrass; Pegalis & Erickson; Boundas Skarzynski Walsh & Black; Healy & Baillie; Hoffmann & Baron; Bruno, Gerbino & Soriano; Kreindler & Kreindler; Simon Lesser; AIRROC; The Safe Center LI; Brand Activation Association and dozens more.
A graduate of Florida Atlantic University, she is the former editor of the Legal Marketing Association newsletter and the WISTA USA newsletter and sits on the Publication Committee of AIRROC.
Since joining G. Pirozzi Consulting, David Goldberg has helped spearhead a period of unprecedented growth. The niche consultancy has evolved from a tiny legal marketing powerhouse into a "nouveau mom and pop" marketing solutions provider.
He has been GPC's lead consultant to a roster of diverse clients including Meteor 17; Ripken Baseball and Cal Ripken Jr.; Experiential Learning Events; Kevin Laue LLC; WIN Summit; TLC Sport Summit; Vin Baker's Bouncing Back Foundation; League Network; World Collegiate Soccer Championship; Fathers Incorporated; Salmini Sportfilm; U.S. Military All Stars; E-Title; International Basketball Marketing Group; The Safe Center LI; Jameson Media; and Fortunoff.
Previously, he served Taubman Centers, Inc. as V.P., Center Marketing & Sponsorship. In that capacity he developed and oversaw all marketing and marketing partnership programs in the company’s portfolio of regional shopping malls.
Before joining Taubman, his career was highlighted by a long stint as Vice President, Marketing Services at Foot Locker. His tenure was marked by the creation of Foot Locker’s sports marketing division and expansion of the chain and its branding efforts around the globe.
A New York native, his professional career began as Sports Information Director at Manhattan College and has included positions at Fusion Sports Company and New York advertising agencies.
David serves on the boards of Fathers Incorporated, What Better Looks Like, and The Calvin E. Ramsey Awards and is active in multiple charitable and civic endeavors. He has ghost-authored two novels, two nonfiction books, has been a frequent contributor to many publications and has lectured at associations, colleges and universities across the country.