Weber Shandwick Expands Seattle Management Team
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Weber Shandwick Expands Seattle Management Team

Fourteen-year agency veteran Tim Fry has been promoted to general manager for the Seattle office of Weber Shandwick. Fry will be supported by Michelle Maggs, a 12-year agency veteran who has been promoted to senior vice president.

Paul Holmes

SEATTLE—Fourteen-year agency veteran Tim Fry has been promoted to general manager for the Seattle office of Weber Shandwick. Fry will be supported by Michelle Maggs, a 12-year agency veteran who has been promoted to senior vice president, management supervisor.

 

The firm has also hired senior vice president Bee Wuethrich to head the Seattle arm of its social impact practice, which drives advocacy programs for some of the world's largest philanthropic organizations. Wuethrich brings more than 20 years of experience in strategic communications for nonprofits.

 

Seattle office assignments with a heavy emphasis on social innovation include work for the Consortium of Universities for Global Health; Meridian Institute's Initiative on Food and Agriculture Policy; Mashable's Social Good Summit at United Nations Week; the Canadian Tourism Commission; Intersect.com; and Motorola Mobility.



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