Appointments achieve gender parity at firm’s top leadership level and build on successful momentum
NEW YORK (February 4, 2020) – Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG) agency Golin announced today three new additions to its global executive leadership board. Carrie Galli, executive director, global human resources, Dawn Langeland, president of New York, and Carrie von der Sitt, global head of growth will join the now 14-member strong leadership team, whose charter focuses on global business operations and performance. Importantly, these appointments also will achieve gender parity at the firm’s top leadership level.
As part of the new leadership structure, Galli will lead the agency’s progressive approach for its people, with a priority to drive and incent performance behavior for top client and office leaders around the global network. Langeland, who oversees the thriving Golin New York and The Brooklyn Brothers New York operations, will help drive growth and client excellence. von der Sitt will spearhead the continued trajectory of the firm’s unprecedented new business momentum, advising on the right capabilities to invest and grow on a sustainable basis.
“These three women are exemplary representatives of the deep bench of talent that has driven our agency’s success in recent years,” said Matt Neale, CEO. “Now is the time to focus their talents at a global level. I’m especially pleased that with their appointment, Golin achieves gender parity at our executive board level.”
Other Golin global executive board members include: Fred Cook, chairman; Ellen Ryan Mardiks, vice chair; Gary Rudnick, global president and chief operating officer; Brian Beck, chief financial officer; Jeff Beringer, global head of digital; Neera Chaudhary, global president of healthcare; Scott Farrell, president of global corporate communications; Matt Lackie, president of the global technology practice and managing director of Golin San Francisco; Margenett Moore-Roberts, chief inclusion & diversity officer; and Ginger Porter, president, Midwest region.