Lori Senecal Takes The Reigns At CP+B

Lori Senecal has proven her worth in leadership positions for a long time now so it doesn’t come as much of a surprise that she is to step up as the Global CEO of the Ad agency Crispin Porter + Bogusky (CP+B). Senecal will play a vital role in the worldwide expansion and overall growth of the company as well as coordinating with the eight major international offices for smooth functioning. She will also be in charge of making changes to promote the overall development of the business. Senecal has always had a penchant for keeping up with the latest innovations in technology all over the world and she can now leverage this to take CP+B to dazzling new heights. This new addition to the already solid team that is CP+B will provide further momentum for expansion, a tangent that the company has stayed on judging by their recent win of the Infiniti creative account globally.

Senecal considers it a rare honor to be personally asked to work at the CP+B team alongside Chuck Porter, by Porter himself. She is looking forward to being a part of the worldwide growth of the agency, through working together with the exceptionally skilled workforce across regions.

Senecal has created key associations, quickened worldwide office development, made radical new business divisions and drove various blue chip accounts; the likes of which include Coca-Cola, BMW and Nestle through the span of her vocation. In her part as CEO of the MDC Partners organization, a position she will hold while with CP+B, she has worked intimately with the administration of offices that speak to the best development executives and effect inside the MDC Partners family. She changed the organization from a 250-person strong local office to a 900+ workforce driven, profoundly inventive, overall firm with office specialty units fixated on innovation, content creation and start-up ventures while with kbs+ as as global head. Preceding kbs+, she worked with McCann-Erickson Worldwide as President of their New York office. While here, she held top positions in leadership in regions such as innovation, strategic planning and leadership of accounts. Senecal got onto the MDC Partners board in 2014 and was also put on the pedestal of a Woman to Watch by the publication ‘Ad Week’. Senecal has been given much public credit countless number of times for her impressive work including being credited at the AWNY Game Changer ceremony, snapping up the Quantum Leap award which is given for innovation and leadership.

This information was originally mentioned on Linked In.

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Helane Morrison’s time as an administrator of SEC

Helane Morrison is a managing director and a chief compliance officer at Hall Capital Partners LLC. This is the latest appointment in her long and successful legal profession. She has been in the field for decades and says that of all the jobs that she has worked; her position as a SEC administrator was the one job that she remembers the most. She held this post between 1995 and 1999.

Before she was appointed to the position, she had been very active in making sure that the organization carried out their mandate of ensuring that stock trading was carried out according to the set rules and standards. This was a time when SEC had been strongly following up all the businesses that were going against the set compliance rules. Her plan when she was given the appointment as to step up the aggressiveness of the war and make sure that the operations got even more streamlined. She had also worked as an enforcement officer with the organization before she was appointed to the post. When fraud cases were reported to her by different people, she did her best to make sure that it was followed up and justice was achieved. Her tenure in the office was one that was marked with resounding success.

She had taken up the office at the age of 46. Her jurisdiction was San Francisco in California, Oregon, Alaska and Nevada. Before her appointment, only two other women had ever been appointed to any administrative post in the company. Her immediate predecessor was David Bayless who had moved on to another job.

She left a very strong legacy in the company. This was making sure that she used laws that had been laid down to be followed when dealing with securities fraud. She is still remembered for following the Republic Securities Case which she burst open and the perpetrators were brought to nook. She also handled the California Micro devices case.

Susan had been practicing as a lawyer before these appointments. She had represented a number of clients and they had been prosecuted by the SEC. Being the philanthropist and lover of social justice that she is, she had taken up many class action suits. She has also represented individual clients and securities firms. She is a law graduate from the UC Berkely Law School. Susan’s illustrious career is evidence that it is possible to break the glass ceiling as females and make it to the administrative posts that are thought of as a reserve for the other gender.