Beth Kitzinger Named Chief Operating Officer of Green Room Communications
BOONTON, NJ (July 25, 2016) Green Room Communications, a specialty agency focused on healthcare public relations, creative design and media strategy, today announced that Beth Kitzinger has been named Chief Operating Officer. Kitzinger will be responsible for business operations, leveraging her superior client service and project management background to enhance the experience of clients and Green Room employees.
“Beth joins Green Room at a time of tremendous growth and will play a pivotal role in driving future business success. She has the ability to understand and lead agency strategy while providing superior client service and operational support to strengthen financial health,” said Karen Carolonza, Managing Partner of Green Room Communications. “We are thrilled to welcome Beth to the Green Room family.”
“We have spent the past decade perfecting the skills-based model and now we are prepared to scale,” adds Deborah Sittig Fowler, Managing Partner of Green Room Communications. “Beth’s diverse experience, understanding of the model and her appreciation for the value it brings to clients will propel Green Room into the future.”
Kitzinger has held senior roles over more than two decades at leading public relations agencies, including: Havas Group, Kaplow Communications, Patrice Tanaka & Company, M Booth & Associates and Maizie Hale Public Relations. Most recently, she was Chief of Operations/Managing Director at Fenton Communications where she oversaw corporate operations including human resources, information technology, finance and
“This is a talented team,” said Kitzinger. “This is the model of the future and I’m excited about the opportunity to work with two well-known and respected leaders as we grow Green Room’s impact in the healthcare space. Enabling our clients to help people live healthier lives is grassroots social good and is a rewarding new area of focus.”
About Green Room Communications
Green Room brings a new approach to classic communications needs. From corporate positioning and PR strategy to media and digital relations to integrated creative design, its unique, skill-based model aims to meet the needs of a new communications landscape requiring communicators to remain strategic and relevant in an evolving marketplace. Green Room customizes fluid, nimble teams with specific skill sets to address individual projects. This flexibility allows for scaling up or down using a global network of public relations experts to ensure support for changing client needs. The company’s unique ability to harness this intellectual capital and infuse it with energy and passion provide a competitive edge. Green Room was named a WBENC-Certified Women’s Business Enterprise in March 2016 by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
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