NEW YORK: Julie Winskie, president of Porter Novelli for 25 years, is parting ways with the firm.
The agency said in an emailed statement that Winskie is leaving the firm to explore other opportunities.
“We wish her well and will always be grateful for her contributions in helping to shape the firm's foundation. She leaves with us a legacy of intelligence, commitment, and professionalism,” the firm said in the statement.
Further details about Winskie's departure were not disclosed.
In November 2011, Porter Novelli hired Karen van Bergen to serve as MD of the agency's New York office, filling the spot of Lisa Rosenberg, who left seven months prior.