About Gerry

We all communicate for a living. Whether you communicate to your management team, staff, clients, prospects, or in front of a camera, your communication skills can elevate you to success.

Gerry Sandusky started executive media coaching in 1998 in Baltimore, MD. Gerry Sandusky offers training to professionals from various industries to help them express themselves more effectively in media and TV interviews.

Gerry has spent the past three decades as a TV and radio broadcaster. As the play-by-play voice of the Baltimore Ravens, Gerry understands the pressure of the spotlight and the demand of finding just the right word at just the right moment. With more than seven thousand hours of live, on-air experience, Gerry Sandusky can help you and your organization navigate the anxiety of media interviews with his TV and media interview skills courses. He can help you turn your anxiety into opportunity.Your communication skills can elevate you to success. The Sandusky Group can help you shine.

Contact Gerry and The Sandusky Group about the programs they have developed to improve your communications in person, in front of an audience, and in the media. The Sandusky Group’s presentation skills courses and executive media coaching programs can help you and members of your organization command a room. Let The Sandusky Group and Gerry Sandusky help you shine.


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    Read Blogs Not Presentations

    When coaching people in presentation skills I like to use video examples to see how they react to various presentation styles. Two clips always draws a moan—the…

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  • Fun with National TV Talk Show Exposure

    I have always thought it would be fun to be on a national TV talk show—especially the late night shows. Last night I made it.…

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    Slow Down When You Stumble

    A friend of mine recently earned her doctorate degree and as I sat through the commencement ceremony I watched one speaker after the next make…

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  • The Look of Determination
    Leaders are Always Communicating

    When it comes to communicating, leaders don't have a choice. They are always communicating—even when they aren't talking. The photo of Ravens coach John Harbaugh…

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    Overcoming the Fear Factor

    The number one issue that most of my clients share is fear: fear of failure, fear of rejection, and undefined fear—a sensation so strong they…

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  • Overkill
    Show Your Audience Something, Not Everything

    I came across this photo on line and thought, ugh, same mistake most people make when they transfer their thoughts to PowerPoint: overkill. When it…

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