Radman to Open New York Office for Stanton
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Radman to Open New York Office for Stanton

Deborah Radman, currently managing partner at KCSA Worldwide, is joining Washington, D.C., based Stanton Communications to lead a newly formed corporate practice group and open a New York office for the agency.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Deborah Radman, currently managing partner at KCSA Worldwide, is joining Washington, D.C., based Stanton Communications to lead a newly formed corporate practice group and open a New York office for the agency. Radman will be responsible for building on the agency’s portfolio of work for corporate clients including W.L. Gore & Associates, Sprint, U.S. Trust and Bombardier and enhancing the firm’s capabilities in business-to-business marketing, brand development, strategic planning, crisis communications and executive training.

At KCSA, she headed the firm’s corporate and marketing communications practice. She joined KCSA in 1999 after selling the New York operations of her own firm, Brown Radman Wolper, where she handled PR for clients including Sanyo, GE, IBM, Polk, Honeywell, and Johns Manville.

According to founder Peter Stanton, the New York office enhances the firm’s ability to provide clients with on- the-ground representation in the nation’s business and political capitals, especially when coupled with the firm’s recent admission to ECP Global, an international consortium of independent public relations firms.

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