Rachel Henderson joined Fenton’s D.C. office as Senior Vice President of Corporate Social Good.  According to Fenton, Henderson, shown above, brings the agency deep expertise in impact-oriented communications work. Starting her career at Ogilvy, her client and media relations savvy aided her progression from entry-level employee to Vice President in just six years. Since then, Henderson has taken her talents everywhere from the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign to starting her own communications consultancy.

A campaign by Design Army for the Hong  Kong Ballet is on the shortlist at the London International Awards and the winners will be announced November 4.   The London International Awards “stands as a champion of the creative process, creatives themselves, and of course fantastic creative work,” states LIA, which added that the award program, created for creatives is a show “striving for honesty and openness. We don’t blindly chase industry trends, create new awards every year or desperately court each new dollar or discipline. We stand for great creative ideas and execution, and are proud to assemble the best talent every year to do so.”

Jennifer Swint is leaving the global president post at Porter Novelli and her position is being eliminated as the agency transitions to a “global purpose communications consultancy” model, reports O’Dwyer’s.  From 2014 through 2018 she served as Managing Director of PN’s D.C. office.



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