Amy Rosenberg, graduate of Clark University, has been promoted to executive vice president and U.S. director of media relations for Hill+Knowlton Strategies and will serve as an active member of the senior leadership team.
Based in the New York office, Rosenberg will ensure clients receive high-level strategic communications counsel and spearhead media relations programs to reach client goals. Rosenberg will head practice development and work with the U.S. management team on a media relations practices and new program offerings.
Beginning her career at MWW Strategic Communications, Rosenberg has since held impressive positions at esteemed firms. The 2012 Gorkana Survey of Financial Journalists, cited Rosenberg as one of the top-15 most respected PR professionals in the U.S. Previously, as a managing director in Burson-Marsteller’s corporate practice, and leader of the firm’s financial media relations and communications program, Rosenberg honed her more than 19 years of experience as a specialist in financial communications. Rosenberg also worked at UBS Investment Bank (formerly PaineWebber) as the North American director of media relations for research and trading. She is the former vice president at Rubenstein Associates and an account executive at Manning Selvage & Lee.
Of Rosenberg’s qualification’s, Dan Bartlett, president and CEO of Hill+Knowlton Strategies U.S says, “Amy is one of the very best minds in the business. For this role, we needed someone capable of advising Fortune 500 C-suite-level clients, as well as a leader to drive new business and build a media relations practice. We believe that Amy meets all these criteria and that she will help make H+K the go-to agency for strategic media counsel.”
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