Bryan Specht, president of ICF Olson’s award-winning PR and social agency, Olson Engage, now also assumes leadership of the agency’s brand work. In this expanded role, Specht ensures the agency's engagement and brand teams continue to work in partnership with ICF Olson’s other practice areas to offer compelling solutions to customers.
Additionally, Guy Cierzan, managing director for ICF Olson’s market-leading loyalty and customer relationship management (CRM) division, Olson 1to1, now also serves as managing director of the agency’s Minneapolis office. In this expanded role, Cierzan will focus on maintaining the agency’s strong recruiting, business development, and cross-team collaboration in this key market.
“Because it has become much harder to break through the noise and the clutter, clients need customized approaches that deeply integrate world-class brand work with industry-leading engagement, outreach and technology strategies,” said John Wasson, president and COO for ICF. “Bryan and Guy are both proven leaders with extensive credentials, and we’re delighted to have them take on these additional responsibilities in service of this vision.”
Today’s announcement marks the latest step in a series of ICF Olson leadership updates, including Chip Knicker recently joining the company to lead the digital business, which delivers engagement platforms, strategies and user experience solutions through enterprise-class content management and e-commerce technologies.
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