Weber Shandwick Promotes Two to Lead Digital Practice
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Weber Shandwick Promotes Two to Lead Digital Practice

Weber Shandwick has promoted two senior digital practitioners. Chris Perry, has been appointed executive vice president, digital strategy and operations and James Warren been appointed chief creative officer for digital.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Weber Shandwick has promoted two senior digital practitioners. Chris Perry, has been appointed executive vice president, digital strategy and operations and James Warren been appointed chief creative officer for digital. They will both report to Gail Heimann, vice chair of the company. 

 

Perry, who is also the general manager of the company’s Southern California operations, leads the agency’s efforts on high-profile campaigns including the recent Stand Up To Cancer and GM Next efforts. He will be responsible for overseeing Weber Shandwick’s digital team, strategy and service offering around the world.

 

Based in London, Warren heads up the U.K. digital practice, and will work with the company’s global team to continue to provide ideas for clients.

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