LONDON--Weber Shandwick UK vice-chairman Fiona Noble has departed the firm.
Noble joined the agency in late 2010, after spending two years as CEO of Cohn & Wolfe UK. Her move to Weber Shandwick came after Scott Wilson left the latter firm to replace her at Cohn & Wolfe.
At Weber Shandwick, Noble focused on building the firm's brand marketing business and leading business development and client services.
The departure was confirmed by Weber Shandwick EMEA CEO Colin Byrne.
"After almost two years with the Weber Shandwick as vice-chair of our London operations, I am sad to announce that Fiona Noble is leaving the firm to pursue other opportunities," said Byrne. "She has made a very valuable contribution to the evolution of our brand in London, culminating in the Engaging, Always platform roll out and helping make that real."
"Given the new brand positioning is now complete, this is a natural time for both of us to come to this agreement. Fiona has been a great support for the London businesses and some key clients and I have valued our partnership. We wish her all well for the next phase of her career.”
Noble was unavailable as this story went live.
Before joining Cohn & Wolfe, Noble was managing director at Freud Communications for four years.