KayAnn Schoeneman has been named president of D.C.-based Curley Company. In that position, states a release, she will will spearhead the implementation of that strategic vision, delivering on performance metrics including continued growth and business development, intentionally excellent client service and recruiting and retaining top talent.
Jennifer Curley will maintain her position as founder and CEO and will continue to guide the agency’s strategic vision, including plans for investments and long-term growth in public affairs, earned, digital and creative services and corporate communications.
“Our shared vision for the future is accelerated growth, further investment in our earned, digital and creative services and our ability to deliver full-service, award-winning public affairs strategy while prioritizing client service, team culture and a nimble worldview,” said Curley.
This announcement, continues the release, “follows several years of explosive growth for the agency, including a record year in 2021 with increases in organic client growth (79%), digital advocacy growth (300%) and double-digit growth for Curley’s trade association practice, making up approximately 40% of the firm’s client portfolio. Since 2020, Curley’s client roster has tripled, total revenue has more than doubled and headcount has doubled.”