Her predecessor was Bob Winslow, who moved on to Oracle.
It's an especially intriguing Tuesday, with Alabama's closely watched special Senate election drawing to a close. Oh, and Sean Spicer is writing a book.
The digital health startup was founded in 2015.
The consultancy will help companies develop environments that help them hire and retain talent.
Catherine Hicks, group corporate affairs director of Sky, is leaving the business, with a successor due to be named in the new year.
Eleanor McManus of Trident DMG helped to organize The Press Forward, a group of former and current journalists dedicated to ending sexual harassment in the media. She chats with PRWeek about working with newsrooms to change their cultures.
A coincidence of release dates made the wireless sound system brand and virtual band the ideal match for an immersive audiovisual experience.
The group's latest spot follows the success of Evan, the PSA that won several Cannes Lions last year.
Happy Monday! Here are the five stories PR pros need to know this morning.
GCI Health has confirmed new hire Kath Kerry and maternity leave returner Rikki Jones as co-MDs of its London operation, the network's second hub alongside its New York HQ.
A Mashable article inspired Biena to contact guilt-ridden chocolate lovers this holiday season.
It's the second time this year that Excedrin has reached out to help upset sports fans.
Three key figures in Brazilian PR share how the nation is rebuilding its reputation and economy following a wave of corruption that threw the country off the course toward reaching the potential its BRIC status forecasted in the early 2010s.
Olson is exiting the company after a year that included the David Dao incident and other crises.
Pitch, a Los Angeles-based ad agency, is sending journalists cookies adorned with the words"Me Too," in reference to the movement denouncing sexual assault and harassment.
Build Something Better focus groups The Wall to benefit LA nonprofit Esperanza Immigrant Rights Project.
And another noteworthy exit: longtime Cannes Lions executive Terry Savage will leave his position after the 2018 festival.
Terry Savage, Cannes Lions' longtime leader, chief spokesman, and a figure many viewed as the heart and soul of the global creativity festival, will be moving on after the 2018 event ends.
Weber Shandwick UK's MD of corporate, financial and public affairs Ben Burton is leaving the company to join Porter Novelli's Dublin office, as Ireland's capital looks to opportunities arising from Brexit.
The former comms leader at GE Power, Russell Wilkerson, exited his role in July to become chief communications officer of the newly former Baker Hughes, a GE Company.
Swizz Beatz's art exhibition, which is supported by Bacardi, is returning to Miami after a two-year tour around the world.
Waffle House's comms team quickly cooked up a response to a customer manning the grill--and posting pics on social media--while an employee slept.
The Chicago-based executive held roles at major PR agencies over a career of more than four decades.
Good Thursday morning. Three digital agency acquisitions have been announced since you left the office last night. More on that below.
The two shops, which will retain their brands, will boost the Mediaco content creation unit and Weber's data and analytics capabilities.
DeVine will oversee the agency's health IT and medical device work.
Hoffman most recently worked as head of corporate communications at Prudential Financial for five years.
Next year will be the start of the shift from marketing algorithms to AI, predicts Kantar Millward Brown.
Global Strategy Group Viewfinder merges social media with its public polling expertise to analyze social data.
Let the anticipation build! The shortlist for the 2018 PRWeek Awards will be released today. Look for it in your inboxes and at PRWeek.com at noon.
England's rising football star Dele Alli hires CAA and The Sports PR Company in bid to 'maximise off-field potential'
Tottenham Hotspur and England national team player Dele Alli has appointed The Sports PR Company to manage his PR and CAA Sports to manage his commercial portfolio.
An innovative digital campaign helped Avon and Somerset Police bring the message of staying safe while online dating to a focused audience, and could be adopted by other forces.
Weber Shandwick has been shortlisted for its fourth straight Large Agency of the Year award among its 12 mentions. Ketchum has been shortlisted 13 times, Edelman nine times, and Golin seven.
Tejeda was named to the role after the completion of Entercom's merger with CBS Radio.
Large firms such as Edelman are represented alongside boutique agencies like SourceCode Communications on the PR Council's newly created shadow board.
More robust enforcement of FARA, a better understanding of the law, and scandal have resulted in more agencies registering as foreign agents this year.
Bungie, Activision, and AKQA are aiming to capitalize on the potential of voice for interactive gaming with an Alexa skill to accompany video game Destiny 2.
Wishing you a good Tuesday morning, which you're definitely having if you attended PRWeek's Hall of Fame dinner in New York last night at which five industry legends were honored.
Pranav Kumar and Michelle Rovere are leading the agency's new offices in the respective countries.
Group M, the media investment arm of WPP, forecasts global ad growth of 4.3% in 2018 and predicts Google and Facebook will strengthen their stranglehold on digital advertising.
Institutions including Boston University, Rutgers University, and the University of Alabama are giving students a new experience by letting them run their own shops and work directly with clients.
Organizations are balancing fighting stigmas with educational efforts and hopeful messages about HIV on the 2017 edition of World AIDS Day.
A smashing social media firestorm is an uncomfortable place for an apolitical brand.
PRWeek spoke with communications leaders from Microsoft, the EPA, and the agency world about the very different paths they took from military service to the communications industry.
The indictments of Paul Manafort and Richard Gates have spurred firms to ensure their FARA paperwork is up to standard.
A number of new titles are popping up all over PR agencies as shops move from polishing their content creation chops to focusing on data.
The fallout from the Bell Pottinger scandal and the agency's subsequent demise has sparked a debate about whether the PR industry needs a global code of ethics.
Both companies have found their employees are the most effective storytellers on the issue.
The bids may be in, but the communications pushes are just beginning. How three North American cities are making their cases to the e-commerce juggernaut.
Brands keep coming back for more, albeit with additional fine print.
The way things are going, 2017 could be remembered in the marcoms world as the year of the catastrophic, facepalm-inducing campaign. What role can PR play in stopping such disasters slipping through the net?
Two of the country's biggest and best-known breast cancer organizations, Susan G. Komen and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, are focusing on raising awareness and research money for the deadliest forms of the disease.
As the debate around ethical practice in PR continues, have trade bodies done enough to rid the sector of bad eggs and enhance its overall reputation? And what does it say about the value of associations to the industry in general? PR pros give their views.
Experts share how podcasts are helping brands reach consumers on a deeper level in "today's 140-character world."
The government disaster-assistance agency had a busy summer responding to hurricanes in the Southeast and Texas and wildfires in the West. Here's how it's changed communications strategy in the past dozen years.