Prosek Partners puts Anne Swan in chief creative officer seat. She joins Prosek from design company Dear Future, where she also served as chief creative officer. Before that, she was executive creative director at Siegel+Gale. Swan has created work for such clients as Hewlett Packard Enterprise, CVS Health and American Express. Her appointment is intended to strengthen Prosek’s marketing offering and signals the firm’s commitment to building and protecting client brands. “Anne’s deep expertise in branding and design is a valuable addition to our current offerings and will be a step into the future for our firm’s holistic marketing capabilities,” said Prosek Partners founder and managing partner Jennifer Prosek.
Dukas Linden Public Relations ups Stephanie Dressler to executive VP. Dressler, who joined DLPR as an account supervisor in 2012, is part of the agency’s executive management team consisting of Richard Dukas, Seth Linden, Zach Leibowitz, Zach Kouwe, Shree Dhond and Ed Nebb. In addition to managing and servicing large, high-profile clients, she plays a key new business development role at the agency and acts as a mentor and manager to team members. Before coming to DLPR, she was a senior associate at Montieth and Company.
Marketing for Change promotes Karen Ong to executive creative director. Ong has been creative director at the agency since 2010, overseeing public health and advocacy campaigns for such organizations and government agencies as the National Cancer Institute, American Academy of Pediatrics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. She supervises an award-winning team of graphic designers, copywriters, developers, and video producers and editors. “Karen pushes our creative teams to tap emotions and make people laugh… but it’s her deep understanding of behavior that sets her apart,” said chairman and chief creative officer Peter Mitchell.