Warschawski brings on Sam McGee as a director. McGee joins the agency from Subject Matter, where she was director, strategic communication, leading media, messaging and thought leadership strategy for a range of nonprofits, trade associations, startups and Fortune 500 companies across the technology, higher education, public health and healthcare, and sustainability sectors. She previously worked at The Harbour Group. At Warschawski. McGee will oversee strategy and work with the team to create integrated marketing campaigns that include branding, PR, social media, design, and digital marketing for the agency’s clients. “Sam’s strong public relations and issue advocacy background will add to Warschawski’s diverse suite of marketing communications offerings and deliver increased expertise to our growing client rolodex,” said Warschawski COO Shana Harris.
|Julie Shin Choi
Cerebras Systems, a generative AI company, names Julie Shin Choi as its SVP and CMO. Choi comes to Cerebras from MosaicML, where she was chief marketing and community officer. Before that, she was VP of AI products & research marketing at Intel, where she created a full stack marketing organization that scaled globally to support Intel’s AI business and product strategies. She has also held senior marketing posts at Mozilla and Yahoo. In her new role, she will oversee global brand and communications, community engagement, demand generation and all go-to-market activities. “Her breadth of experience across product and technology marketing, communications, developer relations, DEI, as well as her knowledge of hardware, software and services, will bring incredible value to the company and to our customers,” said Cerebras Systems CEO and co-founder Andrew Feldman, CEO.
|Deanne Millison, Elizabeth Kosobucki, Alec Rogers
Ford bolsters its public policy and government affairs team in Washington, DC, with the addition of Deanne Millison, Elizabeth Kosobucki and Alec Rogers. Millison, who served as the chief economic advisor for VP Kamala Harris and deputy chief of staff and legislative director to then-Senator Harris, joins Ford as a senior director. In this role, she will focus on Ford’s manufacturing and supply chain portfolios. Kosobucki, who was a director for Europe in the Office of the US Trade Representative’s office of Europe and the Middle East, comes on board as director for trade policy strategy, where she leads the company’s global trade policy. Rogers, who served as the legislative director for US Representative Nick Smith (R-MI) and as Republican counsel to the US Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations joins the company as director, government affairs, tax and finance policy. “The wealth of expertise and experience that all three of them bring with them to these roles will be invaluable as we work to advance Ford’s priorities,” said Ford head of U.S. Federal Government Affairs Jessica Carter.