New Roles for Spring and Jensen at Weber Shandwick
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New Roles for Spring and Jensen at Weber Shandwick

Weber Shandwick has promoted Micho Spring and Paul Jensen to expanded roles in the firm's corporate practice. Spring has been appointed global chair and Jensen will take over as North American chair, effective immediately.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Weber Shandwick has promoted Micho Spring and Paul Jensen to expanded roles in the firm's corporate practice. Spring has been appointed global chair and Jensen will take over as North American chair, effective immediately.

 

A 17-year Weber Shandwick veteran, Spring is a corporate strategist and senior crisis counselor to numerous clients of the firm, with expertise in areas ranging from corporate responsibility to crisis management. She also has 12 years of government experience, in New York and Boston, and extensive involvement with both corporate and non-profit boards.

 

Jensen will focus on further building the firm's service offerings across North America. In his five years at Weber Shandwick, most recently as head of the New York corporate practice and general manager of the New York office, he has been a counselor on matters of corporate reputation, issues management and corporate brand positioning. His background includes experience as an entrepreneur and financial journalist.

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