Widmeyer Adds Two to New York Office
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Widmeyer Adds Two to New York Office

Widmeyer Communications has added two new staff members to its New York office: assistant vice president Daisy Okas in the education, arts and philanthropy practice and senior account manager Jonah Fay-Hurvitz on the health and wellness team.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Widmeyer Communications has added two new staff members to its New York office: assistant vice president Daisy Okas in the education, arts and philanthropy practice and senior account manager Jonah Fay-Hurvitz on the health and wellness team.

 

Okas will provide counsel to a variety of clients in the education, philanthropic and culture space. Previously, she was assistant vice president of communications at the American Kennel Club, where she worked on media outreach strategies, advertising campaigns, events and public education initiatives. At Weber Shandwick, she developed, directed and managed ongoing public relations programs for the Eastman Kodak Company and educational toymaker VTech.

 

Fay-Hurvitz will provide marketing communications support to clients such as Pfizer, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack University Medical Center. Before joining Widmeyer, he worked at Digitas, an integrated brand agency. Prior to Digitas, he worked for Esquire Magazine, where he helped develop marketing programs for readers and advertisers.

 

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