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Posts Tagged ‘Julie Batliner’

Roll Call: Carmichael Lynch Spong, UVA, StyleCaster, Groupon and More

Lori Robinson will join Carmichael Lynch Spong effective April 4 as senior principal and director of the New York office. Robinson will be responsible for client oversight, marketing, operations, staffing, and business development. She’ll report to firm MD Julie Batliner. Prior to this move, she was SVP, director of marketing and business development at Hill & Knowlton.

Liz Engel has joined Glover Park Group as MD in the government affairs practice. Engel was most recently deputy assistant secretary for legislation at the Department of Health and Human Services, working with the HHS and members of Congress on issues including Medicare. She also served on the President Obama‘s transition team.

Scott Miller joins the University of Virginia College and Graduate School of Arts and Science as director of communications overseeing development, communications strategy, and working with the public affairs office on the College’s messaging. Miller was formerly VP of comms at Time Warner and spent 13 years as a member of the company’s senior communications team.

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Agencies: Get More Entrenched With Your Clients, See Greater Retention

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“When budgets are tight and clients are scrutinizing every cost, nothing erodes a relationship faster than business ignorance,” said Julie Batliner, managing principal and chief client relations officer at Carmichael Lynch Spong.

Read on for “Ten Ways Firms to Become More Entrenched in the Client Business,” a post today from the Council of PR Firms, “The Firm Voice.”

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