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Charles "Chuck" Jelloian


Chuck Jelloian holds extensive experience in the public relations field. Through his tenacity and vociferous advocacy on behalf of our clients, Chuck makes sure the CrisCom team delivers on the projects we undertake.


Chuck is committed to providing all clients with highly effective programs that focus on governmental affairs, business and project development, strategic planning, corporate communications, public relations and marketing.

Chuck has worked diligently to establish The CrisCom Company as one of the nation's premiere governmental affairs and business development firms. Before founding CrisCom, he served as the Executive Director of the non-partisan Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and was responsible for the planning and development of the historic Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Center for Public Affairs, located in Simi Valley, California. He hosted numerous national and international dignitaries, including British Prime Minister Lady Margaret Thatcher and Polish President Lech Walesa. Since then, Chuck has had the privilege of working with several other national figures.

Chuck was appointed by Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan to serve on the Board of Transportation Commissioners. As Commission President, Chuck presided over the $200 million department and its 1600 full-time employees. Los Angeles City Councilman Greig Smith appointed Chuck to the Design Review Board, which reviews all proposed applications for buildings and structures in the Chatsworth, California area.

Chuck, widely recognized for his leadership skills, continues to play an important role in many political, social and philanthropic activities throughout California and the nation.

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