Burson's Cleeve Joins Vonage to Lead Communications
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Burson's Cleeve Joins Vonage to Lead Communications

Digital telephony company Vonage has named Karen Cleeve vice president of public relations and communications. Cleeve will oversee communications programs directed toward consumers and employees of Vonage.

Paul Holmes

HOLMDEL, NJ—Digital telephony company Vonage has named Karen Cleeve vice president of public relations and communications. Cleeve will oversee communications programs directed toward consumers and employees of Vonage.

Prior to joining Vonage, Cleeve was director at public relations agency Burson-Marsteller for SAP, a leading software applications provider. She was U.S. team lead for SAP’s products and industries division and for the SAP Americas’ CEO communications program.

Before Burson-Marsteller, Cleeve spent six years at Intuit, a major provider of business and financial software, where she worked on both corporate and product initiatives including overseeing the communications strategy for all products and services under Intuit’s flagship Quicken brand. She joined Intuit from Peppercom and earlier worked at Brouillard Communications.

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