Carlson Strategic Communications assists natural resource-related companies and organizations in finding solutions to complex problems of public policy, government affairs, strategic communication, issues management and media relations. Carlson Strategic Communications is uniquely qualified to assist in clear communications, public outreach activities, media relations, content creation and publishing, and other needs. CSC’s incredible network of connections throughout the Pacific Northwest region helps companies and organizations to achieve their goals.
CSC specializes in being one step ahead of the game. We are creative, innovative, and fearless–and we stand ready to do what is necessary to do the job right and well.
Carlson Strategic Communications is located in beautiful Post Falls, Idaho, and our diverse clients are located all over the Pacific Northwest.
In an age of 24-hour news cycles and pervasive social media, fast and accurate communication is more important than ever. Timber, mining, agriculture and manufacturing industries are high-profile economic engines. The ability to communicate in a concise and effective manner can either make or break public perception of these companies. We make strategic communication easy.
"Serena is focused and quickly sees the pathway to solutions. Her ability to see through the trivial and get to the outcome quickly is outstanding. "
"Working with Serena Carlson is to see utter efficiency in action. She is competent, outgoing, energetic, and driven. I have yet to witness a task that she couldn’t take; this woman dives right in! Serena is very talented and task-oriented; incredible at networking, understanding policy, and communicating effectively."
"I have two observations to share about Serena. The first is that she seemed to interact effortlessly with people from the floor room to the board room in her role with the Intermountain Forest Association. I think she was able to identify with and communicate effectively with both foresters and executives alike. The second is that she seemed genuinely passionate about her job. It’s too bad that more people don’t truly like what they do as much as she seemed to."