Earle Joins Stanford as Head of Public Affairs
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Earle Joins Stanford as Head of Public Affairs

Veteran communicator Gordon Earle, who held senior positions at Hill & Knowlton and GCI Group, has been named has been named vice president for public affairs at Stanford University.

Paul Holmes

STANFORD, June 19—Veteran communicator Gordon Earle, who held senior positions at Hill & Knowlton and GCI Group, has been named has been named vice president for public affairsat Stanford University.
 
Most recently, Earle headed his own communications firm and worked with clients including Reuters, ATT Wireless, and IBM as well as with academic institutions, including the Reuters Forum at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, and the Head Injury Center at the University of Pennsylvania.
Earle is familiar with Stanford, having spent the 1988-89 academic year at the university as a John S. Knight Fellow, a fellowship awarded to mid-career journalists.
In his new role, Earle will direct the university’s relations with government agencies, coordinate Stanford’s initiatives in community relations, and oversee communications, media relations and university events. He will report to Hennessy.
Earle spent seven years at PBS, working on the McNeil Lehrer NewsHour and covering economic, business and financial news.
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