Lana Osher, an associate director in APCO’s Tel Aviv office, specializes in providing crisis communications, reputation management and strategic communications support to multinationals. As a member of APCO’s global crisis practice, Ms. Osher helps to drive APCO’s digital crisis simulation service, emPOWER. In this capacity, Lana builds crisis management infrastructures for clients and evaluates preparedness through conducting tailor-made digital crisis simulations. These simulations provide clients with in-depth analytics and insights to equip participants with the knowledge necessary to better understand how to improve responses during a crisis.
Ms. Osher also manages crisis war rooms on behalf of clients during times of need, drafting scenario plans, preparing responses and correspondences, developing Q&As, coordinating global teams of APCO consultants and communicating with stakeholders on behalf of clients when appropriate.
As a member of APCO’s energy and clean tech practice, Ms. Osher also works to help energy companies build visible profiles in markets across the world.
Prior to joining APCO in 2012, Ms. Osher served as a research associate at the Rubin Center for Research in International Affairs, supporting the publication of texts on Israel, security and stability in the Middle East and the Muslim Brotherhood. Ms. Osher holds a BA in Government and International Affairs and an MA Certificate in European Economic and Political Studies from the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya. Ms. Osher is a native English speaker and fluent in Hebrew.