Philippe P. Bartholin, a former business development executive at Patton Boggs LLP and business development manager at The Louis Berger Group, Inc., has joined Global Communicators, Washington-based international public relations firm founded in 1997, as senior account executive.
Bartholin graduated from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in May 2015, and received his bachelor’s degree in politics from Washington and Lee University in 2006.
Jim Harff, GC president and CEO, said, “We are pleased to have a new colleague whose corporate and academic background in international strategic communications and management fits so compatibly with GC’s mission over almost two decades.”
Bartholin directs GC’s consulting work with Stonehouse Water Technologies that designs and markets effective and affordable domestic and international water purification systems, known as Water PODs, from its headquarters at The Global Water Center in Milwaukee.
He provides counsel to GC’s team working with the Caribbean Export Development Agency on the Caribbean Investment Summit, funded by the Inter-American Development Bank, which will be held in April in Miami.
Bartholin also is part of GC’s team that is working on development of a multi-year Global Branding Blueprint for the American University in Bosnia and Herzegovina based in Sarajevo. A dual French-American citizen, he has resided in France and the United States.
Bartholin is fluent in written and spoken French and proficient in Spanish.