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# 1 RATED ONLINE REPUTATION REPAIR CONSULTANT IN AMERICA

Hersh Davis-Nitzberg

With over fifteen years of experience as a new media consultant, Hersh Davis-Nitzberg is an American entrepreneur, publicist, image consultant and event producer.  Recently rated the number one online reputation repair consultant in America, Davis-Nitzberg helped pioneer the Reputation Repair industry when he started Repair Bad Reputation. in 2007  As an entrepreneur, Davis-Nitzberg has owned his own companies since the age of thirteen n and helped finance multi-million dollar projects. As an image consultant, publicist and brand ambassador, Davis-Nitzberg has worked with celebrities, politicians, and athletes.  As an event producer, Davis-Nitzberg helped produce over five thousand event worldwide. In 2007, when Davis-Nitzberg launched Repair Bad Reputation, he did not know that his efforts along with many others would help to pioneer a multi nillion dollar market.   In addition, he currently serves on the board of a number nonprofit organizations including the Institute of Semitic Studies and The Ghana Education Project.

Early Years

Davis – Nitzberg was born on an Air Force Base in Tokyo, Japan to two highly respected doctors. During the first five years of his life, he traveled to over thirty countries, until his family moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 1983. Over the next fifteen years, he attended two elite private schools in Southern California: The Center for Early Education and Harvard-Westlake High School.  As a senior in high school Davis-Nitzberg was co captain of the wresting and football teams. In wresting he was the three time District Champion, two time CIF qualifier, and One time Masters qualifier.  In Football, he lead his team to a 13-1-1, where the only loss was at the CIF finals. Davis-Nitzberg was MVP of the ‘Mission’ league, defensive MVP of CIF, and second team state. He lead the state of California in tackles, with 186 in 10 games.  No player before or after has had such a prolific football career at Harvard-Westlake.