Ogilvy Makes Senior Public Affairs Hire in Brussels
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Ogilvy Makes Senior Public Affairs Hire in Brussels

Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has hired Natalie Sarkic-Todd as managing director of public relations and public affairs in its Brussels office. Sarkic-Todd has 20 years of government, corporate, trade association and consultancy experience.

Paul Holmes

BRUSSELS—Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide has hired Natalie Sarkic-Todd as managing director of public relations and public affairs in its Brussels office. Sarkic-Todd has 20 years of government, corporate, trade association and consultancy experience, most recently with public affairs agency EPPA, where she managed pan-European campaigns.

Earlier experience includes positions with British Gas covering government affairs and media relations in the EMEA region; the Confederation of British Industry promoting trade and investment in Europe; and the British diplomatic service in London, Moscow and the United Nations in New York.  

Ogilvy recently hired Martin Liptrot, an international public affairs specialist, as CEO of Europe, Middle East and Africa and acquired The Federalist Group, a lobbying consultancy in Washington, D.C., as part of a plan to expand its public affairs capabilities.

“Recruiting senior public affairs practitioners in global political capitals such as Brussels, London, Washington and Beijing strengthens our commitment to providing integrated services across the globe,” commented Jamie Moeller, global head of public affairs.

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