GolinHarris Adds Two VPs in Dialogue Digital Group
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GolinHarris Adds Two VPs in Dialogue Digital Group

GolinHarris has appointed Robert Philips and Amber Porter Cox as its newest vice presidents in the agency’s digital and interactive media group, Dialogue.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—GolinHarris has appointed Robert Philips as its newest vice president in the agency’s digital and interactive media group, Dialogue.  Philips will be based in Washington D.C. and report to Jeff Beringer, senior vice president and Dialogue practice leader. He will provide senior-level digital counsel to clients and account teams in Washington, D.C., and Atlanta.

 

Prior to joining GolinHarris, Philips served in Washington, D.C. as director of Burson-Marsteller’s digital media practice, where he led the digital communications program for the U.S. Treasury Department’s global public education program for the redesigned U.S. currency.

 

In addition, GolinHarris has appointed Amber Porter Cox as vice president in the agency’s Dialogue group. Porter Cox will work with clients in the firm’s headquarters office to drive digital strategy and manage the execution of Chicago-based interactive projects and will also report to Beringer.

 

Prior to joining GolinHarris, Porter Cox served as a marketing and social media consultant and proprietor of ThinkWell Consulting, and in agency roles, supporting high profile clients like Coca-Cola, Bank of America and Cancer Treatment Centers of America.

 

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