Widmeyer Forms Academic Advisory Panel
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Widmeyer Forms Academic Advisory Panel

Widmeyer Communications has formed a nine-member advisory panel, including top academics and policy experts, to guide the firm's growth in higher education. Panel members will serve as senior counsel to the firm's higher education clients.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D,C.—Widmeyer Communications has formed a nine-member advisory panel, including top academics and policy experts, to guide the firm's growth in higher education. Panel members will serve as senior counsel to the firm's higher education clients, working closely with founder and chairman Scott Widmeyer and chief strategy officer Margaret Dunning, providing a sounding board on evolving trends shaping the face of higher education.

 

Members of the higher education advisory panel include Robert Dickeson, former senior vice president for policy and organizational learning at the Lumina Foundation; Edward Fiske, former New York Times education editor; Susan Resneck Pierce, president emerita of the University of Puget Sound; Martha Romero, founding director of the Community College Leadership Development Initiatives at Claremont Graduate University; Susan Tifft, the Eugene C. Patterson professor of the practice of journalism at Duke Universit; Jose Tijerino, president and CEO of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation; Deborah Wadsworth, former executive director and president of Public Agenda; Michael Worth, professor of nonprofit management in the School of Public Policy and Public Administration at The George Washington University; and Diana Knott Martinelli, the first Widmeyer Communications professor in public relations at West Virginia University.

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