Meet The Team
Todd Civin CEO/Founder/Author
Todd Civin is a husband, father of five and grandfather of three to date. He is a graduate of Syracuse University Newhouse School of Public Communications. Todd is the co-owner and creator of Civin Media Relations and is the Social Media Director for the Kyle Pease Foundation and The Hoyt Foundation. He is the co-author of One Letter at a Time by Rick Hoyt and Todd Civin, Destined to Run by Wes Harding and Todd Civin, Just My Game by MLB pitcher Jason Grilli and Todd Civin and Love in the Trenches of Everyday Life by Jose Vazquez and Todd Civin. He is also the author and creator of children’s books Where There’s a Wheel There’s a Way and A Knight in Shining Armor, A Bike to Call Their Own and Together We Finish!
The creation of Civin Media Relations is his absolute pleasure allowing all those associated with the team to provide positive exposure to those who are different or differently-abled. To be able to share the talents of like-minded individuals provides him with an indescribable sense of fulfillment and personal satisfaction.
Tammi Croteau Keen is an Army National Guard officer and works full-time for the federal government as an analyst and a personal and professional development coach. She holds bachelor's degrees in music education and English/creative writing, a master's degree in music, and will complete a second master's degree in emergency management and disaster response in 2018.
On Christmas Eve 2016, Tammi published her first book, a collection of poetry and short stories titled Can't Bring Me Down, in honor of the friends she has made through her affiliation with I Run 4, a group that matches runners with people with different abilities. A few weeks later, Tammi was introduced to Todd Civin by a mutual friend, and they teamed up right away to publish Natasha and the Christmas Wish. Tammi's passion for working with and developing young writers and first-time authors led to the establishment of Civin Keen Publishing Services, a branch of Civin Media Relations that she hopes will one day evolve into a non-profit foundation to continue to prove that words can change the world.
Tammi and her husband, Josh, reside in Texas with their dog, Maverick, cats Briscoe and Emma, and long-term foster kitten, Houdini.