Ex-Clinton adviser Prince named new Brunswick partner

NEW YORK: Former Clinton administration adviser Jonathan Prince has joined the Brunswick Group as a partner.

NEW YORK: Former Clinton administration adviser Jonathan Prince has joined the Brunswick Group as a partner.

Prince, 35, managed NATO's communications strategy during the war in Kosovo, and helped map White House communications strategy during the Clinton impeachment crisis. Prince also spent time as a speechwriter and deputy assistant secretary of state for strategic planning.

"I like the structure at Brunswick" said Prince. "It's like a law firm or an investment bank - a handful of very senior people, each bringing a different area of expertise to the table."

Since leaving the White House in 2000, Prince had formed a small communications firm with PR veteran Dan Klores and fellow political strategist Josh Isay.

That partnership was dissolved amicably, however, when the principals found that their involvement in other projects was hindering the growth of their new firm.

Prince adds another high-profile name to the Brunswick roster, which already includes former Wall Street Journal star reporter Steve Lipin, as well as former US State Department spokesman James Rubin.

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