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Michael Dellatte

Director, Digital Strategy

E. enquiries-us@fgsglobal.com
L. New York
Michael Dellatte

Contact Info

E. enquiries-us@fgsglobal.com

L. New York

Life at FGS Global

Building digital strategies across all client engagements with a focus on internet & mobile, reputation management, technology & platform analysis, content marketing, and paid promotion.

Life Pre-FGS Global

Began career at Citigroup in Global Public Affairs overseeing the firm's corporate internet and mobile strategy.

Life Beyond FGS Global

Native New Yorker who thoroughly enjoys trying new doughnut spots around the city.

Michael Dellatte is a Director of Digital Strategy in the New York office. He builds strategies focused on effective storytelling through web & mobile, design, reputation management, analytics, technology & platform selection, social media, and paid promotion.

Recent assignments include clients in Oil & Gas, Biotech, Pharma, Financial Services and Contested Situations, Higher Education, and Internal Employee Engagements.

Earlier in his career, Michael worked at Citigroup on the Digital Communications team where he led the corporate web and mobile strategy. His work was highlighted throughout various functions of the organization including Investor Relations, Brand & Sponsorships, Crisis Communications, ESG, DEI, Recruitment, and Consumer Banking. Michael first started building up the firm's social media channels and helped establish global governance and best practice guidelines.

While in college, Michael co-founded a flash sales e-commerce website promoting fun things to do around the city with a philanthropic twist - a percentage of sales went to a charity the customer selected.

Michael holds Post-Baccalaureate certificates including Data & Analytics from Cornell University, Gamification from University of Pennsylvania, and Digital Marketing Strategy from New York University. Michael received his B.A. in Corporate Communication from Baruch Collège.

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