Cosmo Macero Jr. offers insight into the worlds of media, business and government gleaned from his 14-plus years in public relations and strategic communications, and more than 20 years as a journalist and commentator. His strategic counsel helps position and prepare clients to make powerful and lasting impressions on community leaders, the media and the public at large.
Cosmo’s public affairs campaigns and communications strategies deliver impactful results for clients in virtually every major sector of the economy.
He specializes in crisis management and high-visibility PR and media relations programs – with a strong client portfolio in financial services and asset management, media, commercial and multi-family residential real estate and construction, labor organizations, industry associations, major tourism events and business conventions.
Cosmo has devised and implemented diverse communications strategies for clients including the American Beverage Association, American Consumer Credit Counseling, HarborOne Bank, the Head of the Charles Regatta, Massachusetts Pension Reserves Investment Management Board (Mass. PRIM), Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority, Redgate RE Investment Management, The Salvation Army, The Teamsters, and many more.
Cosmo’s years of experience, refined skills and creativity supports clients in crisis communications and reputation management, speech writing, message development, media relations, social media strategy and content marketing, media training and interview preparation, public awareness campaigns and overall public relations strategy.
Prior to entering the field of public affairs, Cosmo was an accomplished business, political and breaking news journalist and commentator with the Boston Herald, WFXT Fox 25, The Springfield Republican and the Daily Hampshire Gazette.
He is highly active in networking and business development, and hosts the weekly 3-2-1 GO! segment on the OA On Air Podcast. Cosmo lives with his wife and two sons in Belmont, MA – where he is also a Justice of the Peace and an elected Town Meeting Member.
Cosmo works in the Seven Letter Boston office.