Dominic F. Slowey
PRINCIPAL PARTNER

James G. McManus
PRINCIPAL PARTNER

Travis Small
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT

Amie O’Hearn
ACCOUNT DIRECTOR

Kate M. Jackson
SENIOR WRITER

Hannah Walford
ACCOUNT MANAGER

Abigail Silverman
SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Brittany Murphy
SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Claire Belanger
SENIOR DIGITAL SPECIALIST

Gabe Edelman
ACCOUNT COORDINATOR

Lizzie Loughridge
ACCOUNT COORDINATOR

PRINCIPAL PARTNER

Dominic F. Slowey

Dominic Slowey

For more than three decades, Dominic Slowey has been a trusted advisor and guide to companies and organizations seeking to raise their visibility, advance worthy causes, respond to crises, and otherwise communicate their messages to key audiences. As co-founder and Principal Partner at Slowey/McManus Communications, Dom has established a reputation as one of the most skilled public relations practitioners in Greater Boston.

Dom has managed strategic public relations campaigns for a broad array of corporate and nonprofit clients focusing on complex issues, including energy and the environment, education, financial services, health care, tax reform and transportation. He is comfortable and effective in the boardroom, in government’s halls of power, and in front of the camera.

Prior to founding Slowey/McManus Communications, Dom was a senior executive at two of Boston’s leading public relations firms. He served in state government as Assistant Secretary for Policy and Communications in the Executive Office for Administration & Finance under Massachusetts Governor William F. Weld. Dom’s political experience includes roles as Deputy Campaign Coordinator and Chief Spokesperson on successful statewide ballot campaigns.

Before his career in public relations, Dom was a respected print and broadcast journalist in Boston covering national, state and city government. He reported from the Massachusetts State House and Boston City Hall for National Public Radio (WBUR), State House News Service, The Middlesex News, and The Boston Ledger.

Dom sits on the Boards of Stop Handgun Violence and the Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership. He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Boston University’s College of Communications.