Zweibaum Leaves Ogilvy for American Jewish Committee
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Zweibaum Leaves Ogilvy for American Jewish Committee

The American Jewish Committee, an advocacy group with offices in 26 U.S. cities, has appointed Kiersten Zweibaum to the newly-created position of assistant executive director for communications and marketing.

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NEW YORK—The American Jewish Committee, an advocacy group with offices in 26 U.S. cities, has appointed Kiersten Zweibaum to the newly-created position of assistant executive director for communications and marketing.

 

Zweibaum comes to AJC from Ogilvy PR, where she was the director of its global corporate practice. She has more than 20 years of experience in the field, and expertise in building and maintaining the reputations of her clients and leading multi-national communications teams. Earlier, she worked with GCI Group (now Cohn & Wolfe) as executive vice president and global corporate practice director. Prior to that, she worked for Ketchum as senior vice president and associate corporate practice director.

 

According to Zweibaum. “AJC tackles some of the most important issues of our day, and I’m delighted to join an organization that truly makes a difference in our world. I look forward to bringing my experience to bear in helping AJC communicate its compelling story even more effectively to a range of internal and external audiences.”

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