Former White House adviser takes Brunswick crisis role

NEW YORK - Former White House senior adviser and presidential speechwriter Jonathan Prince has joined financial communications agency Brunswick.

Prince, who handled the communications strategy during the unsuccessful impeachment and trial of President Clinton, joins Brunswick as a partner with a specific remit to handle crisis communications.

He will be based in Brunswick's New York office, but will also work out of the agency's Washington bureau.

Prince remains a director on the board of Govolution -- a provider of financial transaction processing software to the US federal government -- for which he acted as CEO and chairman following his departure from the White House.

Most recently, Prince acted as a founding partner in New York-based public affairs and issues management consultancy Isay, Klores, Prince.

Prince's appointment follows that of ex-White House aide James Rubin, who joined the agency as a partner in 2001.

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