Colleen Wilber, a former member of the American Cancer Society’s advocacy team, is now at Qorvis MSLGroup as VP/media relations.
She joins from America's Promise Alliance, the non-profit that works to cut down the number of high school dropouts.
APA, an outgrowth of the Presidents' Summit for America's Future, says six million people aged 16 to 24 are neither in school nor employed. Wilber served as VP/media relations at the Washington-based group.
She was senior manager of media advocacy at the ACS and was an account staffer at Boston's O'Neill and Associates.
Publicis Groupe of France owns MSL.