Ketchum Makes Changes in D.C. Office
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Ketchum Makes Changes in D.C. Office

Randy DeCleene has joined Ketchum Public Affairs as vice president and account supervisor and Zachary Tindall has been promoted to vice president and group manager. In addition, the firm launched a new global technology practice initiative, Tech 360.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Randy DeCleene has joined Ketchum Public Affairs as vice president and account supervisor and Zachary Tindall has been promoted to vice president and group manager. In addition, the firm launched a new global technology practice initiative, Tech 360, with the Washington healthcare team’s Laurie Mobley taking on a key leadership role of the healthcare-technology sector.

DeCleene served as deputy press secretary to Vice President Dick Cheney in 2004 and 2005.  He joins Ketchum Public Affairs from Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide.

Tindall most recently served as vice president/account supervisor at Ketchum Public Affairs and previously was on the national advance team for the Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign.
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