Douglass Taft Davidoff
Doug Davidoff is a New Yorker, New Englander, Hoosier, Chicagoan, and Tar Heel. As a daily newspaper journalist, he worked for The Raleigh (N.C.) Times and The Indianapolis News. (Both were afternoon papers and both are now defunct.) In his public relations career, Doug's worked for not-for-profits, headed marketing for a state affordable housing agency, and led communications for the Indiana Democratic Party. In p.r. consulting, his clients have included businesses, not-for-profits, a seminary, and an innovative organization exploring solutions for the long-term unemployed. Doug is a father, a Democrat, a Unitarian Universalist from a Jewish family, and loves to read biography and history. He sails, patronizes museums, and wanders historic sites. He thrives in cities and is most at home in rural New England towns.