WASHINGTON: Burson-Marsteller added Janeen Lawlor and Kathryn Stack as directors in the agency's public affairs practice.
Lawlor, former chief of staff for the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, started March 15 in New York. She replaces Larry Gottlieb, who was named director of economic development for the Westchester County Executive's office in January.
Stack, who started February 17, is based in Washington. She most recently worked as a VP for Stratacomm. Both report to Michael Lake, US chair of public affairs for Burson-Marsteller.