Washington, D.C., June 14, 2021 – Award-winning creative communications firm Glen Echo Group announced today that Brad Williamson, Danielle Leopold and Kylie Fronczak, have joined the company’s rapidly growing roster.
“We are thrilled to add such a talented trifecta to the Glen Echo team,” said Maura Corbett, the firm’s Founder and CEO. “Our clients and partners will benefit greatly from their unique skill sets across public affairs, coalition building and smart communications.”
Brad joins the Glen Echo Group as a Senior Director. He previously served as a Director at Pinkston where he led a team of account coordinators, account executives, and writers responsible for servicing a variety of clients across industries including technology, healthcare, education and nonprofits. “I’m excited to join the talented team at Glen Echo,” said Brad Williamson. “The last year has accelerated the adoption and integration of technology into all aspects of our daily lives and as we emerge into the new normal it is critical to reflect on what is working and what needs improvement. It’s important that we continue to educate audiences on what policies and programs are needed to ensure technology remains a force for good in our communities and benefits everyone.”
Danielle joins the Glen Echo Group as a Senior Associate from Subject Matter, where she was responsible for maintaining client relationships and executing successful earned media and integrated communications strategies. “It’s a privilege to join such a successful, creative, committed and personable team at Glen Echo Group,” Leopold said. “The people and clients here know the impact of telling the tech policy story, and I’m full of enthusiasm to grow at this wonderful firm.”
Kylie was promoted to an Associate following the completion of a very successful Glen Echo Group fellowship, where she assisted client managers on an array of policy issues including music licensing, cybersecurity and platform competition. “The Glen Echo Group has already taught me so much and has given me room to learn and develop skills as an intern, then as a Fellow, and now as an Associate. I’m very excited to continue to grow here as a member of this great team.”