Janet Robinson, who stepped down from her post as president and CEO of The New York Times in December, has joined Fleishman-Hillard‘s International Advisory Board. Her departure from the newspaper was one of many that cut across the business and editorial sides of the Times late last year. Robinson started with the Times in 1983 and served as CEO for seven years.
Besides her work at the Times, Robinson has also served as chair of the Advertising Counsel and the American Advertising Federation, and an advisory board member for the New York Women in Communications, among other posts.
F-H’s board provides client counsel and counts among its members former Gov. Tom Ridge and former White House Chief of Staff under George W. Bush, Andy Card.
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