We’re writers who spell “business”
David Eastman and Diana Eastman are experienced communicators who have worked on countless PR and marketing campaigns through the years.
Plus, we have built a large network of talented professionals — including other PR practitioners, photographers, designers, illustrators, printers, webmasters, video producers, caterers and entertainers. So we can assemble the team that’s exactly right for your project. (And if all you need is a referral to one of our fabulous resources, we can certainly do that for you too.)
Diana (Bagley) Eastman
Diana is an award-winning writer and communications professional whose three-decade career in public relations and marketing has spanned heath care, technology, financial services, consumer electronics, aerospace, academia and the arts. She has produced comprehensive campaigns to create brand awareness, build sales, enhance reputation and raise funds for non-profit organizations.
Diana’s work has included outreach, internal communications and a broad range of PR success stories for such well-known brands as Boeing, the University of Southern California, Tenet Healthcare and Transamerica Insurance. Her strengths encompass community relations, executive communications, special event management, media relations and employee communications. Her writing and editing experience includes a variety of internal and external publications as well as speeches, annual reports, videos, advertising, websites, blogs, training materials and grant proposals.
She has won more than 50 industry honors for her writing and video production. These have included awards from the International Television Association, Public Relations Society of America, International Association of Business Communicators, Women in Communications, Healthcare Public Relations and Marketing Association, National Association of Area Agencies on Aging and Pacific Coast Press Club.
Through the years, Diana has also served as a university lecturer on public relations, a corporate trainer on customer service and a national spokesperson on family caregiver issues. Her work has been featured in trade publications such as Healthcare Marketing Report and books including Newsletters Made Simple.
Diana earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from California State University Long Beach, where she also completed graduate courses in business administration.
Dave is a government and public affairs veteran, business strategist and professional writer who has worked in both newspaper journalism and corporate communications.
He is able to quickly translate technical, complex and sensitive information for a variety of audiences. Dave is an expert speechwriter and media trainer. He has experience in crisis response, international public relations, government relations and strategic planning.
During his career in the aerospace industry with Boeing and McDonnell Douglas, he developed marketing communication strategies to inform and influence members of Congress, Department of Defense executives, local government representatives, the media and other opinion leaders. He produced a range of communications — such as white papers, news releases, newsletters, videos, briefings, speeches and reports — for both external and internal audiences.
During his years as a journalist, Dave worked for the Chicago Tribune, Des Moines Register and Tribune, and Grand Forks Herald, serving as a reporter, copy editor and bureau chief. He covered city, county and state government and regional agencies. He wrote news and feature stories on the economy, transportation, infrastructure, technology, environmental issues, societal change and natural disasters. He also covered several notorious criminal trials as well as court proceedings on taxation.
In addition, Dave has served as a certified senior examiner for the California Council on Excellence and reviewed a number of businesses and agencies against the criteria for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks and did graduate work at Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism.