Qorvis MSLGROUP, the strategic communications and engagement consultancy of Publicis Groupe located in Washington announced a number of new additions.
Christian Hertenstein comes to Qorvis MSLGROUP as an Account Supervisor, focusing on media relations and corporate communications. Hertenstein has extensive experience in communications and politics in South Carolina and Florida. Most recently, he served as regional communications manager at Americans for Prosperity.
Joining the Qorvis MSLGROUP digital team are two new account supervisors: Zoë Hollister Williams and Jonathan Ewing. Hollister Williams brings nearly a decade of communications experience across a wide range of industries and clients. Previously, she worked for Forum One, a web strategy firm in Alexandria, Virginia. Ewing brings front-end web development, online advertising, and graphic design skills from his work building high-profile digital campaigns for clients in the transportation, political, and financial sectors at CLS Strategies.
Also new to the digital team are Flavie Green and Jessica Berger. Green and Berger will support Qorvis MSLGROUP’s international clients with digital content translation and development. Green previously worked as an SEO and program associate at the Plum Tree Group in Chicago. Berger joins the team with a background ranging from social media development to localization.
Patrick Johnson will serve as an associate in the business development group. Johnson previously worked at Outfront Media and will focus on proactive marketing and lead generation at Qorvis MSLGROUP.
Anna Kim comes to Qorvis MSLGROUP as a junior graphic designer. Kim specializes in interactive media and will serve as part of the creative team.
Andrea Fetchko, an account executive, joins the Qorvis MSLGROUP team and will focus on tech and government IT clients. Previously, she worked at Sage Communications in their technology practice.
Raleigh Cavey, Shannon Quinn and Carly O’Brien, all formerly interns at Qorvis MSLGROUP, now join as assistant account executives. Cavey will work on clients across the tech, corporate and consumer practices. Quinn will focus primarily on international clients, while O’Brien will split her time between international and healthcare clients.