About AHC Consulting
Founded by Allison Hawk, AHC Consulting LLC provides strategic communications, planning, training and facilitation services to a variety of clients. AHC Consulting is a certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE).
Prior to the formation of AHC Consulting, Allison served as the Director of Corporate Communications and Community Outreach for the St. Louis Rams. Her leadership helped create a unique brand of strategic sports philanthropy, including the formation of the Healthy Youth Partnership, a collaboration of more than 75 organizations addressing the issue of childhood obesity. From 1989 to 1997, she was an award winning public relations professional at Fleishman-Hillard, Inc. During her tenure at Fleishman-Hillard, she played a role in the approval and opening of the Edward Jones Dome, the Kiel Center and the MetroLink light rail system.
AHC Consulting works on a variety of projects with organizations such as rebranding for GO! St. Louis, creation of the Coro Connected Women speaker series, national work for The Sports Philanthropy Project, with whom she conducted a webinar for Major League Baseball’s community relations professionals, and the development and oversight and launch of Three60Gear website.
AHC Consulting LLC provides strategic communications, planning, implementation, training and facilitation services to a variety of current and past clients including: the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Center for Patient Safety, Coro Leadership Center, Covenant Place, Danforth Plant Science Center, Doorways, Emmis Communications, GO! St. Louis, Great Circle, Innovate St. Louis, Mental Health of America of Eastern Missouri, Miriam, National Churchill Museum, Paraquad, St. Anthony’s Medical Center, the St. Louis Blues, St. Louis Economic Development Partnership, St. Louis Language Immersion Schools, St. Luke’s Hospital, the St. Louis Rams, the St. Louis Rams Foundation, St. Louis Staffing, Skandalaris Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, the Sports Philanthropy Project., Trinity University, University of Missouri St. Louis – College of Education, Youth and Family Center, and Yurbuds.
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Talking a Good Game
In 2013, Allison Hawk coauthored a book called Talking a Good Game: a Guide to Sports Talk in the US Workplace. Her book is an informative and entertaining guide into American sports and sports culture that offers a mix of must-know information about all major American spectator sports and teaches readers some common sense communications techniques for using sports to make valuable business connections. Learn more about Talking a Good Game.