Agency People News In Brief (August 12, 2013)
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Agency People News In Brief (August 12, 2013)

New people in new roles at Global Strategy Group, GolinHarris, CCG Investor Relations.

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NEW YORK—Joe Crisci has joined Global Strategy Group as senior vice president, managing director in the New York office. Crisci comes to GSG from FleishmanHillard where he was a senior vice president in the corporate and public affairs practice. He previously worked at Burson-Marsteller and in politics, with former White House chief of staff John Podesta; as issues director for Rahm Emanuel’s successful 2002 campaign for Congress; and as the executive assistant to the director of the National Economic Council, Gene Sperling, during the Clinton Administration.

NEW YORK—GolinHarris has promoted Adam Pawluk (pictured) to executive creative director in its New York office. Pawluk will continue serving key clients including Unilever, Vivus, GSK, and Digicel. He will also play a key role in new business development and continue to lead the creator community for the office. Prior to joining GolinHarris in 2008, Pawluk served as vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations and Ketchum working on a number of healthcare and consumer accounts.

NEW YORK—CCG Investor Relations has added three new directors: Saud Masud, formerly a Senior Equity Analyst covering communications equipment and focused on the Middle East and North Africa at UBS; Ken Trbovich, who was a senior healthcare analyst at RBC Capital Markets, C.E. Unterberg, Towbin, and other platforms covering the life science sector; and William Borden, who joins as director, media relations and previously covered retailing and healthcare at Reuters. In addition, CCG has added Elizabeth Barker as senior associate.

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