Polansky, Cooper Get Additional Responsibilities at WSW
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Polansky, Cooper Get Additional Responsibilities at WSW

Weber Shandwick Worldwide has made several changes in its U.S. regional management structure, a month after central region president Barbara Molotsky announced she was leaving the firm.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK, February 28—Weber Shandwick Worldwide has made several changes in its U.S. regional management structure, a month after central region president Barbara Molotsky announced she was leaving the firm.
 
Andy Polansky, president and chief operating officer of the eastern region, will take on additional responsibility for the firm’s Chicago, Minneapolis and Dallas offices. The St. Louis office will report through Cathy Calhoun, who remains president of the Chicago office.
 
Ranny Cooper, president and chief operating officer of Weber Shandwick’s public affairs practice, will add responsibility for the firm’s web relations practice and research operations. Cooper has been with the firm since 1993.
 
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