MWW PR Group, one of the top ten global independent public relations firms, has recently announced two important staff promotions. Lindsey Winkler has been promoted to vice president, consumer lifestyle marketing and Leslie Linton has been promoted to senior vice president in the agency’s media strategies practice.
Lindsey Winkler joined the firm eight years ago, and has proven herself as a key member of the firm’s industry-recognized consumer packaged goods and food and restaurant practice areas ever since:
“Eight years ago, we saw something exceptional in Lindsey, and she’s proven us right every day since by crafting programs that spark consumer awareness and drive sales at the retail level,” said Alissa Blate, MWW executive vice president and global consumer marketing practice leader. “We’re so pleased she continues to grow her career here at MWW Group.”
Leslie Linton has been with MWWPR Group since 2005, in charge of a range of clients across the firm’s consumer marketing, corporate communications, public affairs, consumer technology and healthcare practices. She also leads MWW’s media training services.
“Leslie is a very important member of our media strategies practice – her razor sharp instincts and deep industry knowledge has helped prepare executives across a wide range of industries to tell that story with clarity and confidence,” said Michael W. Kempner, president and CEO of MWW Group.
These changes, and the quality of the PR professionals mentioned above, are indicative of MWW Group’s commitment to excellence and success.
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