C&W's CEO quits, Imperato in post

NEW YORK: Diane Perlmutter, the CEO of Cohn & Wolfe's flagship New York office, has quit her post to 'consider what she wants to do with the rest of her life,' according to president/CEO Steve Aiello.

NEW YORK: Diane Perlmutter, the CEO of Cohn & Wolfe's flagship New York office, has quit her post to 'consider what she wants to do with the rest of her life,' according to president/CEO Steve Aiello.

NEW YORK: Diane Perlmutter, the CEO of Cohn & Wolfe's flagship New York office, has quit her post to 'consider what she wants to do with the rest of her life,' according to president/CEO Steve Aiello.

Her shoes will be filled by C&W's healthcare ace, Donna Imperato, whom Aiello credits the impressive growth seen in New York's healthcare division since her arrival three years ago.

Perlmutter appears not to have lined up another job, although Aiello suggested that she was considering roles in the not-for-profit world.

C&W lured Perlmutter from sister agency Burson-Marsteller just under two years ago, soon after poaching Imperato from the same agency, where she was senior VP of the healthcare division.

Imperato said: 'C&W New York has established a leading healthcare brand and has set the stage for growth in our technology, business-to-business, public affairs and consumer practices.'

'Donna's extensive experience in many industries, combined with her strong leadership skills, will help Cohn & Wolfe reach new heights,' said Aiello.





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