Three New Partners at Allison+Partners: Three notables at Allison+Partners have upgraded their titles to “partner.” Lisa Rosenberg, David Wolf, and Jerry Zhu moved up the ladder recently. Rosenberg has been serving as chief creative officer since 2013. Before that she worked at RSCG Worldwide (now Havas) as president, and Porter Novelli for 20 years starting as an account executive. Wolf has also been with A+P since 2013 as the China office’s managing director. His previous experience includes Burson-Marsteller’s Asia Pacific tech, Claydon Gescher Assoc. as COO in Beijing, and a stint as Wolf Group Asia’s president and CEO. His claim to fame with A+P is that he was the first of their employees in China. Zhu, also in the China office as their managing director, came to A+P when his tech and corporate communications firm (Century PR) was bought. Zhu also served as general manager at PPR, Australia’s largest PR firm, and with Hill+Knowlton, FleishmanHillard, and MS&L Group.
Not entirely accurate – I run the Global China Practice, not the China office – but nice nonetheless.
Congrats to my new fellow partners, Lisa Rosenberg and Jerry Zhu, the latter of whom really does run the China offices.