PMK*BNC Adds Two Execs, Promotes Two
Venerable PR firm welcomes Nicole Perez-Krueger and Stacy Freeman-Weitz to fold, promotes two more.
PMK*BNC has upped two executives and added two more, the firm announced Wednesday.
Nicole Perez-Krueger and Stacy Freeman-Weitz join the public relations and marketing agency’s West Hollywood office as vice president in the talent department and vice president of corporate communications, respectively.
Perez-Krueger boasts a roster of talent that includes names such as Christina Aguilera, Lauren Conrad, Jewel, Whitney Port, Marisa Miller, Carrie Ann Inaba and Jeff Lewis.
Freeman-Weitz, a UTA veteran of the talent agency’s corporate communications department, will head up PMK*BNC's corporate communication and marketing endeavors.
“Nicole and Stacy are such well liked and respected executives whose experience and relationships will be terrific assets to our growing organization,” PMK*BNC Co-Chairmen Michael Nyman and Cindi Berger said in a release Wednesday.
“We are thrilled they have joined our team as we are always looking to expand our offering and provide the best possible resources for our clients," they added.
Both women will report to PMK*BNC’s Lewis Kay.
Additionally, the firm announced it has promoted two longtime veterans at PMK*BNC, Joanna Cichocki and Chris DiIorio.
Both Cichocki and DiIorio are now vice presidents at the company.
Six year veteran Cichocki oversees the special events department while DiIorio leads PMK*BNC’s television department.
“Joanna and Chris have both grown into vital agency leaders during their tenure at PMK*BNC," Kay said of the promotions. "Under their guidance, our special events and television areas have flourished and become respected industry wide."
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