Arnold & Porter Marketing Head Moves to PR Firm

After close to twenty years of in-residence felony advertising, Nicole Rodgers Houston is joining Baretz+Brunelle, wherein she’ll release the communications company’s Washington, D.C., office. Houston become director of advertising and marketing communications at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer.

“Nicole is a pillar of the criminal advertising and marketing network and the best individual to establish our presence in D.C.,” Baretz+Brunelle co-founder Spencer Baretz said.

Houston said she had been privy to Baretz+Brunelle for some time, and final 12 months had an opportunity to paintings with the firm at Arnold & Porter. “I saw firsthand the value and care they took in handling customers,” she said. “The opportunity to open their D.C. Workplace became too desirable to skip up.”

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g within the law companies she can now appearance to have as clients offers her precise insight into the demanding situations and developments of criminal advertising and marketing, Houston said.

“An example of this is the explosion of the usage of digital marketing in criminal,” she stated. “We are continually wondering one step beforehand to maintain our customers one step beforehand.”

Her bio states that she played a “substantial position” inside the Arnold & Porter-Kaye Scholer merger, but she declined to give info “out of appreciate for Arnold & Porter.”

Before Arnold & Porter, Houston spent over 5 years in a similar position at Crowell & Moring.

Arnold & Porter didn’t at once reply to requests for comment on who will update Houston on the firm.

Ashley Stephens

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