Spectrum Hires Jonathan Wilson As President
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Spectrum Hires Jonathan Wilson As President

Spectrum Science Communications has named Jonathan Wilson as president, based in Washington, DC.

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WASHINGTON, DC—Spectrum Science Communications has named Jonathan Wilson as president, based in Washington, DC. Wilson has resigned as president of Chamberlain Healthcare Public Relations in New York, and is relocating to Washington with his family.

Spectrum founder John Seng continues as Spectrum’s CEO, and will assume the new title of chairman. He also retains his position as Chair of the GlobalHealthPR partnership that he co-founded in 2001, after establishing Spectrum in 1996.

Wilson will supervise of all facets of the business, including client counsel, business development, strategic direction, innovation and operations.

Wilson was with Chamberlain nearly 11 years, serving as President over the past four years, overseeing consistent growth at the firm. Prior to joining Chamberlain, he was account director at Ketchum Public Relations in London.
 

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