President and founder of Broden Communications, Dan Broden is a former national television anchor and reporter, as well as an attorney. Through media training, presentation skills coaching and job interview training, Dan counsels clients on mastering the art of persuasive communication.
Dan has trained well over 50 CEOs and hundreds of C-suite executives from such diverse clients as Clorox, Marriott, NASCAR, Alcoa, Dick's Sporting Goods, Prudential, Bombardier, Verifone, Subway, American Express, Dominion Energy, ESPN, MetLife, Twitter, BlackRock, and the WNBA. He has also coached scores of physicians and attorneys, as well as a variety of entertainers and athletes, including Duchess Sarah Ferguson, Dick Clark, Walt Frazier, Henry Winkler, Danica Patrick, Amar’e Stoudemire, Jim Belushi, Kris Jenner, Devin Hester, Mia Hamm, Lauren Bacall, Keith Hernandez, Deborah Norville and Michael Strahan.
Responding to increasing demand for his services, Dan has been called to work in Switzerland, France, Ireland, Germany, Mexico, Canada, Korea, Australia, and Austria.
Dan also lectures regularly on communications training, most recently at George Washington University Law School, Columbia University, and Rutgers University.
Before establishing Broden Communications, Dan headed up the Communications Training Network at Ketchum, one of the world’s leading public relations agencies. He joined Ketchum in 2001, following an eight-year career in television.
During this time, Dan spent seven years at Court TV as a news anchor, trial commentator, show host, reporter, and producer. In those capacities, Dan covered high-profile legal stories including the Presidential Impeachment trial, both Oklahoma City bombing trials, the JonBenet Ramsey murder investigation, the O.J. Simpson criminal and civil trials, and the first Bosnian war crimes trial in The Hague, Netherlands. After Court TV, Dan became Co-Executive Producer and fill-in host of the nationally syndicated program The People’s Court.
Dan earned his B.A. from Brown University and his law degree from The George Washington University Law School. He is fluent in Spanish and conversant in Japanese, having taught English to executives in Japan for a year before entering law school.