PR Rundown, 4.2.2015: Ed Gillespie returns to Brunswick Group

And news from Porter Novelli, Edelman, and Delta Dental.

WASHINGTON: Ed Gillespie has returned to Brunswick Group as a senior counselor. He has served as Republican Party chairman, counselor to President George W. Bush, and founder of Ed Gillespie Strategies. He ran for the US Senate from Virginia in 2014.

WASHINGTON: Porter Novelli has brought on Ryan Kuresman as SVP in its Washington, DC, office, leading its public affairs and corporate communications practice. He is reporting to Jennifer Swint, MD of Washington, DC. Kuresman was previously VP and director in the corporate communications and issues management practice of APCO Worldwide.

CHICAGO: Edelman named David Greenbaum as MD of Edelman Digital in its Chicago office, overseeing all client work in the practice. He previously worked at Havas Worldwide Chicago and Tribal DDB. Greenbaum is reporting to Jay Porter, president of Edelman Chicago.

OAK BROOK, IL: Delta Dental Plans Association has named David Irwin as director of corporate communications, focusing on national media relations, social media, message strategy, reputation management, and crisis communications. He previously worked at AARP.

LOS ANGELES: Vectis Strategies has hired Sarah Catz as senior partner, leading the firm’s Orange County office in Irvine, California. The agency is headquarted in Los Angeles with offices in Sacramento, California, and Washington, DC. She previously served as chairman of the board of the Orange County Transportation Authority.

WASHINGTON: Bully Pulpit Interactive has released Vantage, an advertising technology platform that it says will boost the impact of paid and owned content and provide additional measurement capabilities.

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