Benjamin to Head U.S. Technology Practice at WSW
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Benjamin to Head U.S. Technology Practice at WSW

Weber Shandwick has named Sheri Benjamin president of the U.S. technology practice, reporting to Joe Kessler, president of Weber Shandwick’s global technology group.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK, March 12—Weber Shandwick has named Sheri Benjamin president of the U.S. technology practice, reporting to Joe Kessler, president of Weber Shandwick’s global technology group.
 
Benjamin, who founded Weber Shandwick’s Benjamin Group in 1988, will be responsible for organizational and business development, best practices, professional development, and marketing for the U.S. technology operations.
 
“Sheri’s record of success in launching and building the Benjamin Group speaks for itself,” says WSW chief executive Harris Diamond. “Her future contributions in this new and expanded role will surely result in stronger systems and procedures, seamless cooperation and, most important, consistently enhanced client service.”
 
Casey Sheldon will head the firm’s western region technology practice, including offices on the west coast, Dallas and St. Louis, adding to her existing role as president of Weber Shandwick’s Seattle office. Jamie Parker will lead the eastern region practice, which includes the team she currently manages in New England, plus New York, Minneapolis and Washington, D.C.  
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