NEW YORK: Fenton has named Lisa Witter partner. It is the first partner appointment in the firm's 30-year history.
Witter, most recently the agency's chief change officer, has worked at Fenton for more than 11 years, also serving as MD of the agency's San Francisco and New York offices. She has worked on initiatives to stop hard-liquor ads on network TV, the creation of the national Amber Alert system, and the launch of SheSource.org.
Witter also sits on a number of advisory boards and panels, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ClimateCounts.org, The Institute of Medicine, DailyFeats.com, and the Women's Philanthropy Institute at the Center for Philanthropy at Indiana University.
Fenton will also open its first international office in London in January. It now has offices in New York, Washington, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.