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Brooke Gordon

Partner & NA COO


Brooke Gordon

Life at FGS Global

Partners with clients to help them navigate complex communications challenges and better tell their stories at critical times. Member of North America leadership team.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Enjoyed the fascinating work, constant learning opportunities and working with supportive, brilliant colleagues at predecessor firm SVC.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Avid home chef, life-long snow skier, and mother of two boys who spends most weekends on bleachers somewhere.

Brooke Gordon is a Partner and Chief Operating Officer for North America. For more than two decades she has worked with companies large and small to provide strategic communications counsel at critical moments, as well as to help them build their reputations and tell their stories effectively to all of their constituencies. As COO, Brooke works with the rest of the North American leadership team to set and execute the firm's strategy, manage operations and retain, develop and engage our team.

Brooke has extensive experience advising on capital markets communications, crises, business transformations, litigation and management changes, both planned and unplanned. Assignments have included advising: Stanley Black & Decker on nearly all acquisition and divestiture announcements since 2009; a major multi-national consumer product company on a data security incident; Herbalife Nutrition on its investigation by and settlement with the FTC and defense against Pershing Square; a large public enterprise technology company on a significant reorganization and reduction in force; and Martha Stewart in connection with her indictment and conviction.

She also has significant experience working with PE firms and supporting their portfolio companies. She has advised Permira on its U.S. communications and transactions since 2006, and provides ongoing counsel to SKKY Partners, Great Hill Partners and Bridge Growth Partners, among others.

Brooke holds a B.S. degree from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.

Brooke Gordon