Restructuring at Porter Novelli US

NEW YORK: Porter Novelli has overhauled its senior management, naming David Copithorne as its new US president to oversee the firm's US operations, and appointing a senior management team composed of 33 partners.

NEW YORK: Porter Novelli has overhauled its senior management, naming David Copithorne as its new US president to oversee the firm's US operations, and appointing a senior management team composed of 33 partners.

NEW YORK: Porter Novelli has overhauled its senior management, naming David Copithorne as its new US president to oversee the firm's US operations, and appointing a senior management team composed of 33 partners.

Among other changes, PN has also appointed new leaders for its technology and healthcare practices and a new GM for its Los Angeles office.

PN CEO Bob Druckenmiller said the restructure was to sustain growth following the firm's merger with Copithorne & Bellows in January. 'We needed to broaden our management,' he said.

Since the merger, Copithorne had served as MD of the Porter Novelli Convergence Group, which combined the tech practices of PN and C&B.

Steve Jursa, who was head of PNGC's client service, will now lead PNCG, while Gary Stockman has stepped up to head PN's Western offices. Rob Gould will head the US healthcare practice.

Dan Orsborn was appointed head of PN's Los Angeles office, replacing Barbara Parsky, who became company-wide new business development manager.





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