Global public relations leader Porter Novelli (PN) announced that Greg Jawski has joined its New York office as a senior vice president in the reputation management practice. Jawski will lead the New York office’s work with corporate affairs clients and help develop and grow its reputation management offerings. He joined the agency on January 11, and reports to Darlan Monterisi, partner and managing director, New York.
“Our reputation management practice is growing rapidly, reflecting an increased awareness of just how important reputation and trust are to an organization’s overall performance,” said Monterisi. “Greg brings an outstanding set of experiences and valuable perspective to our clients and our team. We are very excited to have him on board.”
Jawski has more than 14 years of experience leading the strategic development and execution of integrated corporate communications campaigns. Prior to joining Porter Novelli, Jawski worked at JCPR as a managing director and head of the New York office, where he was responsible for building and leading the firm’s public relations teams and serving as senior counsel on the agency’s anchor clients. Jawski also served as senior vice president at Emanate, where he led the agency’s work with two segments of the Bank of America account and oversaw programs centered on credit cards, banking and foreclosure prevention. Prior to that, Jawski worked at Ogilvy PR Worldwide as vice president in the Financial Services and Corporate Practice, where he led external communications programs and provided financial and corporate communications counsel.
“I am excited to join Porter Novelli’s reputation management team at a time when companies need to be more cognizant than ever about proactively managing reputation in a hyper-speed news environment,” said Jawski. “Porter Novelli is well positioned to advise leading global companies on being good stewards of their brands, and I am thrilled to be part of the team executing innovative, game-changing campaigns.”
Jawski earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Clemson University and a master’s degree in mass communications from the University of South Carolina.