Corbett is one of six branding and public relations experts who are quoted in the AP article. The article also ran in The Washington Post, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Globe, ABCNews.com and the Huffington Post.
"Chief among the university's actions moving forward is a full and sincere apology to the children and families who have been affected by the actions of the accused individual, and the inaction of the entire Penn State management structure," Corbett told the AP. "Next, Penn State needs to cooperate fully with the investigation of the alleged child abuse and identify all individuals involved in the obfuscation, with swift dismissal of any and all those who played a role in covering up the abuse.
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