Laszlo Strategies Expands With Israel Partnership
Washington, D.C., Laszlo Strategies, a sophisticated strategic public relations firm, is pleased to announce new additions to their growing team. Meagan Buren, an expert in public opinion research and strategic communications, will serve as Vice President. She joins Laszlo from being Senior Project Director at Luntz Global where she worked directly for Frank Luntz, PhD on image building, public opinion research and branding for Fortune 500 companies and non-profit organizations. Joining in the area of Fundraising and Institution Building is David Belkin, a seasoned development professional.
Laszlo Strategies is also delighted to introduce a new strategic partner in Kam Global Strategies (www.KamGS.com), headed by Laura Kam, based in Jerusalem, Israel. Kam offers business, media and political connections. She worked with Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi at The Israel Project where Kam previously served as Executive Director for Global Affairs. Said Kam, “The alliance will allow both firms to better serve clients based on opposite sides of the ocean to function seamlessly in an increasingly global media and policy environment.” Laszlo and Kam will serve an international clientele focusing on Israel and China, where they have extensive contacts and experience.
“On a personal note, I have known and worked with Meagan Buren, Laura Kam and David Belkin for years” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi. Buren, Belkin and Kam all worked for at least seven years with Mizrahi at The Israel Project. “They are outstanding professionals and human beings” continued Mizrahi.
“The year ahead will bring many changes to America and the world.” There are great challenges facing business, political leaders, non-profits and the people they serve.” said Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi. “Our team has a rich background in winning political and issue advocacy campaigns. We are ready to help clients achieve their goals.”
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