Emilio Dabul has a long record of success in sales, marketing, public relations,
and human services. His clients have included nonprofit organizations, musical
groups, and technology companies.
As a Supervisor at Fusion Public Relations, he specialized in telecommunications, networking, content providers, electronics, mobile gaming, and enterprise-related technology. His list of accomplishments includes gaining major coverage for his clients in top publications such as Fortune, Financial Times, eWeek, Telecommunications and Information Week, as well as organizing highly successful press tours both domestically and internationally.
He has also promoted nonprofit organizations, such as the Lupus Foundation of America, and organized and led the public relations campaign for the first World Lupus Day in 2004. He has also led public relations efforts for other nonprofit organizations, such as the Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET), and the world renowned Investigative Project on Terrorism (IPT), headed by award winning journalist Steven Emerson.
Dabul was an integral part of NeighborWork’s PR campaign in the summer of 2008 to educate the public at large in the Tri-State area about the mortgage crisis and what could be done to save homes in danger of foreclosure. In addition, he has contributed his time and talents to musical benefits for AIDS victims and the homeless. He worked for several years as a bilingual drug and alcohol counselor in rehabilitation centers, a prison, and in an outpatient center in the inner city.
He majored in English and Psychology at the State University of New York at Albany, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. He is fluent in reading, writing, and speaking Spanish. He has authored four novels, over 200 songs, and numerous articles on a wide variety of topics, both technical and non-technical, and has published editorials in newspapers as high profile as the Wall Street Journal, New York Post, and New York Daily News.