Company Overview of Porter Novelli, Inc.
Porter Novelli, Inc. provides marketing, public relations, and communications services for customers in the United States and internationally. Its practice areas include brand marketing, corporate affairs, public affairs, social marketing, and multicultural communications. The company’s specialty services include cause marketing, business-to-business, corporate social responsibility, internal communications, media relations, executive messaging, trade show support, product launches, social networking, and real-time reputation. It also offers services for customers in the areas of food, drinks, and nutrition; and global health and wellness. The company was founded in 1972 and is based in New ...
250 Greenwich Street
7 World Trade Center
New York, NY 10007
Founded in 1972
Key Executives for Porter Novelli, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer, Senior Partner and Member of Executive Committee
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Practice India
Chief Financial Officer and Senior Partner
Chief Operating Officer and Partner
Senior Partner and President of North America
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Porter Novelli, Inc. Key Developments
Porter Novelli Announces Executive Changes
Apr 10 15
Porter Novelli announced that Tamar Anitai has joined the agency's growing digital team as senior vice president, content strategy and Diana Scott has been hired as senior vice president, health and wellness. Both are based in the agency's New York office. In addition, Henry Engleka has been promoted to executive vice president, health and wellness. Anitai will lead content strategy for PN Connect, the company’s digital specialty team, reporting to Chad Hyett, senior vice president, digital. In this role, she will be responsible for developing and managing content strategy for clients. Anitai comes to the company from Viacom, where she spent eight years leading, developing and executing content strategy for MTV's millennial audience. As managing editor of MTV.com and MTV News, she was a key member of MTV's digital executive editorial team. Diana Scott has joined the company as senior vice president in the health & wellness practice, based in New York. In this role, she will lead work with major health care clients, reporting to Henry Engleka, executive vice president. Most recently, Scott served as senior vice president at Weber Shandwick, following a sequence of increasingly senior roles at MS&L and Ruder Finn. Engleka joined the company in 2013 as senior vice president; since that time, he has contributed to the practice's considerable growth. Prior to the company, Engleka was CEO at P4 Strategy Group.
Porter Novelli Appoints Ryan Kuresman as senior vice president of Washington, DC Office
Apr 2 15
Porter Novelli announced that Ryan Kuresman has joined its Washington, DC office as senior vice president. Kuresman will lead the office's public affairs and corporate communications practice, and will be responsible for leading the agency's work with key clients, developing talent and growing the practice. He joined the agency on March 18 and reports to Jennifer Swint, managing director, Washington, DC. Kuresman joins Porter Novelli from APCO Worldwide, where he served as a vice president and director in the corporate communications and issues management practice.
Porter Novelli Announces Executive Changes
Mar 9 15
Porter Novelli announced that Angie Schneider, partner and managing director of the agency's Seattle office, has been appointed president of the agency's Asia-Pacific (APAC) region effective January 1, 2015. Based in the agency's Singapore office, she is responsible for talent development, client service and network collaboration, as well as overall growth and profitability of Porter Novelli's presence in the region, reporting to CEO Karen van Bergen. Schneider replaces John Orme, senior partner, who will return to the U.K. later this year after seven years in Asia. He will continue to play a critical role as a senior counselor to top multimarket clients across the Porter Novelli network. Prior to taking on this assignment, Schneider served as managing director of Porter Novelli's Seattle office for seven years, and global client relationship leader for several of the agency's top accounts. Cory Curtis has been appointed managing director of the agency's Seattle office, replacing Schneider. Curtis is responsible for talent development, new business and operations in the Seattle office. Prior to rejoining the agency in 2013 as a senior counselor, Curtis was the communications director for former Washington State Governor Chris Gregoire. He will report to Brad MacAfee, president, North America.
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