Brian Communications has brought on Bill Marimow and David Demarest as senior advisors.
Marimow is a two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient and former editor-in-chief of the Philadelphia Inquirer.
During his time as publisher of the Inquirer, Brian Communications CEO Brian Tierney recruited Marimow from the editor-in-chief post at the Baltimore Sun to run the paper.
Marimow, who also was VP-news at National Public Radio, was most recently VP-strategic development at the Inquirer.
Demarest, who served as White House communications director under president George H.W. Bush, was most recently VP for public affairs at Stanford University.
He has also served in EVP roles at Bank of America and Visa International.
“Bill and David have personally shaped some of America’s most respected institutions, and I’m delighted they can offer this trusted expertise to our clients,” said Tierney.
Philadelphia-based Brian Communications has worked for Villanova University, Uber, Milton Hershey School, UBS, University of Chicago, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Poker Stars, St. Joseph’s University, Capgemini, Horatio Alger Assn. and AmeriHealth Caritas.