Emanate Hires Three New Vice Presidents

Emanate (www.emanatepr.com) announced the addition of three new vice presidents to the team. Trey Ditto, Greg Jawski, and Ryan Murphy have joined Emanate as it continues to grow its client base and capabilities across integrated consumer marketing and corporate communications.

"Emanate is all about less talk, more action. That’s why Trey, Greg and Ryan are such great hires for us – three seasoned PR counselors that know how to make it happen with smarts and energy," said Kiersten Zweibaum, managing director of Emanate. "As we continue to grow, they will help us deepen our relationships with our clients, provide strong leadership for our teams, and help us deliver on what we do best: helping our clients drive relevance with their stakeholders."

Ditto joins Emanate from KCSA Strategic Communications where he was managing director. Jawski joins Emanate from Ogilvy, where he was a vice president in the Financial Services and Corporate Practice. Prior to Emanate, Ryan was a vice president in the Health & Wellness practice at DeVries Public Relations.

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