KELCOM is a communications company, headquartered in the National Capital Region. We offer services in media consulting, presentation training, message development, video production, talent services, and event coordination services.
The founder & President of KELCOM is communications specialist Kelly Burke. Mr. Burke has more than 40 years experience in Television, Radio, Journalism, Speech and Theater.
For nearly 20 years, Mr. Burke worked as a major market TV news reporter at WEWS-TV, Scripps Howard Broadcasting in Cleveland, WXYZ-TV, formerly ABC in Detroit and WRC-TV, NBC, in Washington, D.C.
Since 1988, Mr. Burke has served as a communications consultant, video producer and talent. On his own and contracting with other communications companies, Mr. Burke has conducted regular media and presentation skills trainings as well as specialized crisis media training for such corporations as: Allstate, American Express, Ameriprise, AOL, Netscape, Sears, AK Steel, United Rental, Borland, Web Methods, Level Three, Express Scripts, Merck, Pfizer, GSK, Elan, Capitol One, Circuit City, Clark Realty, Bank of New York, CIT, Citadel, Chase Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Assurant, Inc., Morgan Stanley, Jones Apparel Group, Proctor & Gamble, TIAA Cref, Fortis, Exxon, Weyerhaeuser, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Express Scripts, Duke Energy, Con Edison, Constellation Energy, El Paso Gas, Portland Gas & Electric, QVC, Simens, Samsung, Swiss Re, Time Warner, MCI, OTG, Och Ziff, URS, U.S. Enrichment Corporation, Intergen, Sante Fe Railway.
In the fields of health and safety, Kelly has also worked closely with the CDC, NIH, HVTN, New York City DOHMH, Nevada State Health Division, San Francisco Department of Health, the AMA, the AAP, Robert Wood Johnson, the Casey Foundation, Johnson & Johnson, the Kellogg Foundation, and numerous pharmaceutical companies.
Other clients have included the AARP, APHL, Red Cross, National Geographic Society, the National Aquarium, the Smithsonian, the Carnegie Foundation, the University of Vermont, Middlebury College, America?s Promise, and Save the Children.