Wilson Global Communications (Wilson Global) is one of the leading international public relations and communications consulting firms specializing in Strategic Public Relations Services between the United States and various countries in Africa and Europe, China, and Brazil. Founded in 1994 in South Africa by Julia A. Wilson, and now based in Washington, DC, Wilson Global focuses its customized services on building and bridging relationships between American and foreign leaders and organizations in education, business, media, and civic affairs.
Wilson Global Communications is a global pioneer. The firm’s CEO became the first American to own and operate a full-service public relations firm in the new South Africa during Nelson Mandela’s historic presidency. Wilson Global was the first to land a television interview with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – the first female elected president of an African country. Wilson Global became the first consulting firm to manage the historic establishment of a Confucius Institute at Xavier University of Louisiana to teach Chinese culture and Mandarin language on its New Orleans campus. Wilson Global works closely with institutions in the United States to establish and sustain international relationships and programs that enhance America’s participation in today’s 21st Century global marketplace.
Wilson Global is a 100% woman and minority-owned small business that has been certified by the Small Business Administration (SBA), the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) and its founder and CEO Julia Wilson is an alumna of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses at Babson College program. The company has a stellar reputation, and is known by its clients for DELIVERING high quality services, on time, with efficiency, cost effectiveness, and with an enthusiastic, positive and cooperative spirit of community.