BLJ Worldwide, a boutique strategic consultancy specializing in public diplomacy, communications, and global affairs, has named Amy Rosen president. Rosen joins BLJ Worldwide from Rubenstein Public Relations, where she was a vice president, overseeing clients in both the corporate and consumer practice, as well as leading media relations and communications programs. She was previously an executive vice president at Indra Public Relations, and has held senior roles at Hill + Knowlton Strategies, Edelman, Burson-Marsteller and Sard Verbinnen & Co. At BLJ Worldwide, Rosen will be responsible for overseeing the New York, Washington, D.C. and Doha offices while also providing clients with strategic communications counsel, and developing and leading media relations programs.
Realtor.com has named Mickey Neuberger chief marketing officer. Neuberger comes to Realtor.com from eBay, where he most recently served as VP, global marketing. He has also held executive marketing positions at Travelocity, Loyalty Lab and 24 Hour Fitness. In his new position, Neuberger will be responsible for driving realtor.com’s marketing strategy, reporting to David Doctorow. “Mickey brings a tremendous amount of marketing, product and technology experience, as well as strong leadership skills. There’s no doubt that his ability to drive results along with his operational mindset and creative approach will move us forward in our mission,” said Doctorow. Neuberger will be based in the company’s Santa Clara location once its offices reopen.
MWWPR has brought on Adam Selwyn as executive vice president and chief creative officer. Selwyn comes to MWWPR from Weber Shandwick, where he led creative for its 3PM Group, which was designed to serve the agency’s Anheuser-Busch business. He has also served as creative director, North America at Text100 and creative director, business development at Golin. In his new post, Selwyn will lead creative efforts across the firm's portfolio of clients in sectors including food and beverage, B2B, sports and entertainment, and technology. "I was incredibly impressed with the versatility of Adam's work throughout his career, and particularly most recently at 3PM where he demonstrated an ability to create truly breakthrough campaigns," said MWWPR CEO and founder Michael Kempner.