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Jasculca Terman Strategic Communications (JT) is an award winning, independently-owned strategic communications firm specializing in public affairs, crisis management, events and international advance, digital strategy and engagement, and video production.
Founded in 1981, JT pioneered the practice of public affairs in the Chicago market by applying the strategic and tactical discipline of political campaigns to the management of public policy issues, crisis situations and social marketing initiatives, and to the advancement of reputations and brands.
From our base in Chicago, we serve as a strategic communications partner to corporate, institutional, not-for-profit and public-sector clients across the Midwest, the United States and abroad.
Clients turn to JT for high-impact communications services that advance business and policy goals. We deliver compelling messages through multiple communications channels and by engaging and motivating target constituencies to take action.
With more than 35 communications professionals and support personnel, we have the depth and agility to handle fast-moving, multidimensional campaigns as well as more focused, short-term projects.
Sinai Urban Health Institute recently unveiled new findings from the largest community-driven, face-to-face health survey ever conducted in Chicago. The findings showed there continue to be significant, sometimes devastating disparities in the health and wellness of different racial and ethnic groups in Chicago, exacerbated in certain communities.
Elected officials, service organization leaders and advocates for homeless youth came together to celebrate the official opening of Covenant House Illinois. Covenant House International chose Chicago for its first new location in 17 years, because of its dedication to addressing the homeless youth of the city.