Ketchum names director, global corporate practice

NEW YORK: Rod Cartwright was appointed to director of Ketchum's global corporate practice, taking over for Rob Flaherty who had been serving in the role in addition to senior partner and president.

NEW YORK: Rod Cartwright was appointed to director of Ketchum's global corporate practice, taking over for Rob Flaherty who had been serving in the role in addition to senior partner and president.

Cartwright will work closely with the agency's senior corporate counselors worldwide to expand and build on the practice's portfolio of services, including strategic media relations, issues and crisis management, public affairs, financial communications, CSR, and others. He will begin his new role on July 1 and will continue to be based in London.

Cartwright joined Ketchum in 2008, where he led the London corporate and public affairs practice. Prior to that, he worked at Hill & Knowlton, and GCI London, and also served as a member of former Prime Minister Tony Blair's staff at Labour Party headquarters during the 1997 election. 

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