Paul H. Wyche is a nationally recognized communications and crisis management expert with more than 40 years of executive-level experience. Wyche and his teams have handled hundreds of local, statewide, and national crisis situations, plus strategic communications counsel and services.
Wyche has served some of the country’s most notable corporations. These include roles as the vice president of communications for NorthWestern Corporation, vice president of global communications and community affairs for Whirlpool Corporation, and vice president of corporate public affairs and government relations for Safety-Kleen Corporation. He also has held management positions with DuPont Company.
Prior to joining the corporate world, Wyche served as the associate director of public affairs at the United States Environmental Protection Agency and as a legislative assistant to several members of the United States House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. He began his career as the urban affairs reporter for The Miami News.
Throughout his career, Wyche has been active in local and national professional, community and civic organizations. Current and past affiliations include: African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Florida, Board of Directors and Past Chairman,Lyman High School Advisory Council, Chairman, Meals on Wheels – Seminole County, Board of Directors,National Association of Manufacturers, Public Affairs Committee Member, National Conference Board, Public Affairs Committee Member,National Public Affairs Council, MemberOrlando Regional Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors,Orlando Small Business Chamber, Board of Directors, Sigma Delta Chi Society of Professional Journalists, Member WESH-TV Community Advisory Boards (African American and Hispanic), WMFE (National Public Radio), Community Advisory Board Member.
Wyche and his team have provided strategic communications and crisis management counsel and services to a variety of companies and organizations including: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Central Florida Urban League, City of Orlando, Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), Herzing University, Orange County Government, RL Burns, Inc., South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and WESH Channel 2/Hearst Communications.