Ogilvy Adds Two Senior VPs in D.C.
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Ogilvy Adds Two Senior VPs in D.C.

Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has added Darlene Snow and Stephen Marino to its Washington, D.C., office as senior vice president, public affairs and senior vice president head of interactive, respectively.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has added Darlene Snow and Stephen Marino to its Washington, D.C., office as senior vice president, public affairs and senior vice president head of interactive, respectively.

Snow has directed communications programs for several of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s national initiatives. She served on the President’s Recycling Advisory Committee, chaired by the late Senator Paul Tsongas of Massachusetts, and worked for Edelman in Los Angeles. Her recent clients include Newcars.com, Korn/Ferry, the California Wildlife Center and Capstone Turbine,a leading producer of low-emission microturbines.

Marino was most recently at GetActive Software in Washington, helping large organizations and non-profit agencies with messaging, advocacy, fundraising and web site development. Prior to that, he spent 10 years at Magnet Interactive working with clients including Kellogg Company, Mercedes-Benz, N.A., Nissan and Infiniti, M&M Mars Snickers brand, The Mayo Clinic and Merck.

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