A global outlook for Cohn & Wolfe

WASHINGTON: Cohn & Wolfe is reorganizing some of its key management players in a bid to prove that it can deliver public affairs expertise both in Washington and abroad.

WASHINGTON: Cohn & Wolfe is reorganizing some of its key management players in a bid to prove that it can deliver public affairs expertise both in Washington and abroad.

WASHINGTON: Cohn & Wolfe is reorganizing some of its key management players in a bid to prove that it can deliver public affairs expertise both in Washington and abroad.

Washington CEO and president Terry Wade will relinquish his post as CEO of the office in January to become an executive VP of C&W Worldwide.

Network CEO and president Steve Aiello has charged Wade with increasing the agency's international public affairs capability, particularly melding the PA capabilities in Washington with C&W offices and PA experts in Europe.

'We want clients to take advantage of our public affairs capability as they do our marketing capabilities,' said Wade.

His successor as CEO of the DC office has yet to be named. Wade has also hired Kathryn Murray St. John to be an EVP and Courtney Sakai to be VP.

St. John has directed communications for the Massachusetts Port Authority and spent six years at BSMG's Boston office. Sakai has gained political and grassroots expertise in the Sacramento consulting firm of Joe Shumate & Associates.





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