Ketchum’s global corporate lead Rod Cartwright exits agency

Rod Cartwright, Ketchum’s global corporate lead is set to leave the agency in May.

Rod Cartwright

Cartwright took on his role with the agency in 2011, succeeding Rob Flaherty and was made partner in 2012. There is currently no replacement for his role.

Cartwright said: “Moving forward, I’m looking forward to pinpointing the right opportunity to do what I love – to lead, to counsel and to create.”

Denise Kaufmann, CEO of Ketchum London, said: “As our global corporate practice continues to grow and evolve, Rod Cartwright has made the decision to pursue the next stage of his career outside of Ketchum. He has made an exceptional contribution to Ketchum over the last nine years. We are grateful for all his work and wish him the very best for the future.”

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