BORDER LINES: WASHINGTON DC - B-M environment head leaves

The worldwide head of Burson-Marsteller’s environment practice, Michael Kehs, is leaving after 12 years to join public affairs outfit Goddard Clausen. He will become the agency’s executive vice-president and chief operating officer, working as deputy to Goddard Clausen head Carolyn Tieger.

The worldwide head of Burson-Marsteller’s environment practice,

Michael Kehs, is leaving after 12 years to join public affairs outfit

Goddard Clausen. He will become the agency’s executive vice-president

and chief operating officer, working as deputy to Goddard Clausen head

Carolyn Tieger.



Tieger was B-M’s previous environment practice head, before leaving five

years ago. Kehs’ role at B-M came within the global public affairs

practice and his remit is now being split between existing public

affairs staff across the world. UK-based public affairs director Richard

Aylard has been given B-M’s environmental brief for Europe. B-M has not

decided who will be given Kehs’ US responsibilities.



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