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JOSHUA W. JONES.
Joshua W. Jones is the President and CEO of Halifax Strategies, Inc. and Red|Clay Communications. As an award winning public relations and public affairs practitioner, he has provided strategic counsel to some of the world's leading corporations, political candidates and associations. Having consulted for more than 450 clients, his extensive experience in advocacy, management and communications has translated into victories in 49 states.
During the George W. Bush administration, Jones served as a site lead for the White House Office of Presidential Advance, where he was responsible for planning, organizing and executing presidential events. Specifically, his responsibilities included publicizing presidential visits, ensuring press coverage, coordinating sound and lighting, providing event color and meshing the message and visuals.
Jones has appeared on broadcast news networks, including NBC and ABC, and his work has been featured on cable news networks across the country. Jones has appeared in more than 50 print publications and is a frequent guest on syndicated talk radio. Jones received a dual degree in public relations and political science and an MBA from the University of Georgia. He resides in Atlanta, Ga. where he is currently pursuing his Accreditation in Public Relations.
American Association of Political Consultants
Public Relations Society of America
Public Relations Society of Georgia
Cumming-Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce
Atlanta High Museum of Art, Young Professional
Bush-Cheney Alumni Association
University of Georgia President’s Club, Member
University of Georgia Heritage Society, Member
University of Georgia, School of Public and International Affairs,
Board of Visitors
University of Georgia Young Alumni Leadership Council
Buckhead Business Association
Global Paint for Charity, Board of Directors
2014 UGA Bulldog 100 (Rank 65)
2016 UGA Bulldog 100 (Rank 10)
2017 University of Georgia 40 Under 40
2019 Distinguished Alumni Award, State YMCA
of Georgia , Center for Civic Engagement