CHICAGO –As the next step in its Agency for the Future initiative, GolinHarris announced today the appointment of a new global leadership team.

Jonathan Hughes and Matt Neale(pictured) have been appointed presidents, International. Gary Rudnick has been named the president of the Americas. They will report to agency CEO, Fred Cook and will work closely with Chairman, Al Golin and Vice Chairman, Ellen Ryan Mardiks.

“Jon, Matt and Gary’s list of accomplishments is very impressive,” said Cook. “Matt and Jon have driven our London office into one of the hottest brands in the market, while tripling our revenue. Gary grew our Texas operation into one of our biggest, and then doubled the size of our Chicago headquarters office. I am confident they will continue that same trajectory for the entire agency.”

Hughes and Neale joined the agency together in 2005 from sister agency Weber Shandwick to lead GH’s UK operations. In 2008, they assumed co-leadership of Europe and have since tripled revenue in the UK and have added offices in Paris, Stockholm and Bucharest. Under their leadership, the UK office has won numerous client awards, most recently two CIPRs for its work with St John Ambulance. In addition, it has been named one of the Best Companies to Work For by the Sunday Times, and was named PRCA’s International Consultancy of the Year 2008. In their new roles, Hughes and Neale will continue to manage the London office and oversee Europe while adding Asia to their portfolio.

Rudnick, who joined GH in 1996, has held a number of leadership positions. Most recently, he led the Midwest region and the agency’s corporate headquarters in Chicago. In his new role, Rudnick will be responsible for leading the growth and operations in the U.S., Canada and Latin America. Rudnick will be succeeded in Chicago by Patti Temple-Rocks, who is rejoining the agency after stints at Leo Burnett and Dow Chemical Company.

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