WASHINGTON: Burson-Marsteller has elevated Cynthia Hudson to

chairman of its global affairs practice, a newly created position.

Richard Mintz, former managing director of the US public affairs

practice, has replaced her as the US practice chair. Hudson's new

responsibilities include overseeing the firm's global issues-management

work across Asia, Latin America and North America with a special

emphasis on the European Union. Mintz will direct a team of more than

200 public affairs practitioners in the US. Both are based in

Washington, DC.

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