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Daniel Bullock

Daniel Bullock

Adjunct Instructor

Dan Bullock is adjunct faculty/instructor at NYU’s School of Professional Studies teaching Public Relations, Marketing, Business Intelligence within the NYU Division of Programs in Business while specializing in teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) in both academic and professional contexts within NYU’s Division of Languages, English Language Institute. In addition to teaching at other major NYC universities, Dan is a Communications and Language faculty/staff trainer within the United Nations Secretariat teaching specialized communications and language skills to country diplomats, delegates, and UNHQ international professionals worldwide. 

Dan, most recently serving as the Director of Corporate Communications for a leading Public Relations agency, has over 12 years of industry experience directing public relations/corporate communications at several top 20 U.S. PR firms. He has managed multi-platform media communication and content strategies for a diverse roster of corporate and startup clients, such as TD Bank, Coldwell Banker Real Estate, FOOD-X, The Richard Dreyfuss Civics Initiative, among others. His efforts have resulted in client appearances on NBC’s TODAY Show and subsequent top-tier media outlets, such as: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, USA Today, Forbes, CNBC, The Huffington Post, and more. 

Dan has presented at regional and national industry conferences and writes for HuffPo and Business.com about the intersection of global business communication, cross-cultural professional development training, and ESL pedagogy.

Currently Teaching

Keys to Successful Negotiation

As an international student, learn the fundamentals of planning and executing negotiations, while developing your interpersonal skills.

Public Relations Writing for International Professionals in a Globalized Marketplace

Develop strategies for creating and delivering more effective written communication for a globalized economy.