Frank J. Oswald has led the development of corporate, investor, and marketing communications programs for leading companies and brands for more than 30 years. The New York-based consultant and writer has represented diverse clients including Eaton Corporation, Boston Consulting Group, Bloomberg, Jet.com, the University of the Arts, and the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), which he helped launch. Oswald was the managing partner of a national design and communications firm, and the creative director of another, consistently earning top international awards, including recognition in “U.S. Design 1975-2000,” a traveling museum exhibition that debuted at the Denver Art Museum. Oswald also directed advertising and public relations at GE Medical Systems, introducing the company’s first magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system, and Sentry Insurance, helping to pioneer “plain talk” insurance policies. He has an M.S. in Strategic Communications from Columbia University, and a B.A. in journalism from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he was a Harry J. Grant Milwaukee Journal scholar.
Frank J. Oswald teaches Developing a Moral Compass.