Global communications agency Cohn & Wolfe has announced a set of leadership changes including the appointment of Jim Joseph as worldwide president.
Joseph will be responsible for developing and leveraging global resources, products and services to support offices around the world. Among the areas he will oversee are Branding & Insights; creative development and execution; and agency marketing and thought leadership.
Joseph will continue to oversee the agency’s Latin America region.
Also, Cohn & Wolfe is set to announce its head of North America who will take on Joseph’s current responsibilities across the region and will report into Donna Imperato, CEO at Cohn & Wolfe.
She said: “Jim has been a great partner over the past five years and will be invaluable as we continue our growth in the years ahead. Jim, along with our exceptional leadership team, has helped transform Cohn & Wolfe into an integrated communications agency, fuelling three years of double-digit growth.”
Joseph said: “What a thrilling time to be stepping into this new role! Over the past five years, I’ve been honoured to work with some of the industry’s best talent and fortunate to partner with remarkable clients who inspire us to do great work every day.
“Going forward, I’m excited to partner with our leadership team as we continue to evolve to meet the needs of our clients on a global level.”
Also, Cohn & Wolfe has promoted Chad Latz, global president, digital innovation group, to chief innovation officer, Brooke Hovey, EVP, global strategy and development, to chief client officer and Stephanie Howley, HR director, North America to EVP, global talent manager.