Edelman Adds Greene to Employee Engagement Practice
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Edelman Adds Greene to Employee Engagement Practice

Edelman has hired Jerilan Greene as executive vice president in its change and employee engagement practice. Greene, a former director at Burson-Marsteller, will work in Edelman’s Chicago office.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Edelman has hired Jerilan Greene as executive vice president in its change and employee engagement practice. Greene, a former director at Burson-Marsteller, will work in Edelman’s Chicago office—one of three “centers of excellence” for the practice, along with New York and London—and will work closely with Gary Grates, president and global managing director to lead the practice.

At Burson-Marsteller, Greene led the organizational communications specialty group in the central region, as part of the corporate and financial practice. Her career experience also includes positions at Deloitte Consulting and Watson Wyatt. She has counseled clients through strategic organizational changes such as corporate repositioning, merger and acquisition integration, employer branding, performance improvement for corporate affairs departments, workforce and functional restructuring, business process outsourcing and HR and benefits transitions.

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