Ketchum Names 12 New Partners
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Ketchum Names 12 New Partners

Ketchum has selected 12 new partners, the largest group ever appointed by the firm, including five who joined the firm last year as a result of the merger between Ketchum and Omnicom-owned European-based sister agency Pleon.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Ketchum has selected 12 new partners, the largest group ever appointed by the firm, including five who joined the firm last year as a result of the merger between Ketchum and Omnicom-owned European-based sister agency Pleon.

 

The new Ketchum Pleon partner, who bring the total number of partners in Europe to 14, include Gianni Catalfamo, president of Pleon Italy and European director of Ketchum Digital, based in Milan; Tim De Boer, CEO of Ketchum Pleon Netherlands, based in Amsterdam; Simone Hoch, managing partner, Ketchum Pleon Munich; Dirk Popp, managing partner and member of the German executive board of, Ketchum Pleon, based in Dresden; andChristiane Schulz, managing partner and member of the German executive board, based in Berlin.

 

In addition, two partners are appointed to new global roles: Jonathan Kopp, global director of Ketchum Digital; and Rachel Wallins, director of global human resources.

 

Finally, the firm has named five new North American partners: Mike Doyle, associate director, New York; Michael O’Brien, director, New York client services; Kathy Jeavons, who works in public affairs in Washington, D.C.; Tamara Norman, director in the New York corporate practice; and Paul Cohen, group manager in New York.



 

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