Gregory FCA names Heather Crowell executive vice president of investor relations. Crowell joins the agency from real estate investment trust PREIT, where she most recently served as executive vp, strategy and communications. In that position, she worked with a wide range of investors, institutions and analysts, with responsibility for investor relations, marketing, communications and partnership marketing efforts, as well as both internal and external corporate storytelling. The agency has also promoted Brittany Bevacqua to managing director of its New York office, and named Nicole Sullivan associate vice president.
Global Situation Room hires Kat Maramba as VP of media engagement. Maramba was most recently executive communications manager at the National League of Cities. Before that, she was an account manager at Sunshine Sachs Morgan & Lylis and a communications strategist at Seven Letter. In her new position, Maramba will lead strategic media communications for clients in sectors including healthcare, tech and financial inclusion. GSR, a fully integrated partner of Porter Novelli, has recently opened a new headquarters space in Alexandria, VA.
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Stitch Fix, an online shopping and styling platform, brings on Marc Jacobs CMO Debbie Rose Woloshin to lead the company's marketing teams across the US and the UK as CMO. Before joining Marc Jacobs in 2018, Woloshin was CMO at The Frye Company and senior vice president of marketing at both Ann, Inc. (the owner of the Ann Taylor brand) and The Jones Group. “Debbie has built and grown some of fashion's most beloved brands, and we're looking forward to the wealth of creative and commercial experience she'll bring to Stitch Fix,” said Stitch Fix CEO Elizabeth Spaulding.
TVP Communications hires Cristal Steuer as executive director of strategy & placement. Steuer has been with TVP, which specializes in clients in the higher education sector, since 2016, most recently serving as a senior strategist. Prior to joining the agency, she was in charge of national media relations at the College of the Holy Cross and worked in television newsrooms in both Boston and Springfield, MA. In her new position, Steuer will lead the development and execution of TVP’s media strategy, as well as spearheading its national and trade media relations outreach for its clients.