Curley Company promoted KayAnn Schoeneman to Executive Vice President. In the newly created role of executive vice president, Schoeneman, shown above, will work with Jennifer Curley, president & CEO of Curley Company, to provide strategic direction, oversight and management for multiple practice areas and play a critical role in determining the future and long-term success of the agency. Prior to joining Curley last year, she was Senior Vice President/Washington Marketplace Leader and Director of Public Affairs at Ketchum.

Glen Echo Group added Dan Rubin as Senior Director. Rubin joins Glen Echo Group from the U.S. House Ways & Means Committee, where he was Communications Director and Senior Advisor. According to a release, during his tenure, “he crafted campaigns for Committee and House leadership to press coverage and public opinion on complex national health care, trade, innovation and tax policy issues. Dan brings over a decade of experience in strategy, media relations, crisis communications and digital media engagement that will add to the prowess Glen Echo Group provides to its clients and partners.”

kglobal added broadcast reporter Caleigh Bourgeois to its energy practice as account supervisor. She will report to Managing Director Andy Beck, tailoring media strategies and solutions for an expanding list of leading energy, transportation, infrastructure and environmental companies and organizations.  According to a release, Bourgeois brings “a wealth of communications experience to kglobal. With an outstanding command of media outreach strategies, she will primarily focus on creating compelling client media content, as well as securing print, broadcast and digital placements for clients that drive audiences to action.”

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