Ogilvy Adds Five to D.C. Office
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Ogilvy Adds Five to D.C. Office

Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has added five people to its Washington, D.C. office, including Linda Weinberg, who joins as senior vice president in the firm’s homeland security group.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has added five people to its Washington, D.C. office, including Linda Weinberg, who joins as senior vice president in the firm’s homeland security group.

Weinberg brings more than 17 years of government communications and strategic planning experience, with special emphasis on emergency risk communication, training and program planning and implementation. She joins Ogilvy from the American Institutes for Research’s Health Program where she served as managing director of communications for the past five years. 

Also joining are Bryan Callahan as vice president of social marketing and deputy project director of the HIV Vaccine Awareness Campaign from the African Development Goundation; Laurie Sodano as human resources director from Watson Wyatt Worldwide; Dayle Stein as senior interactive producer from Z-Tech Corporation; and Abby Kral, as account director in the health policy group , after serving as policy advisor to Senator Mike DeWine for the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee.

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