Staff Reporters
Nov 17, 2011

Burson-Marsteller Indonesia names new CEO

SINGAPORE - Burson-Marsteller has hired Mayang Schreiber as the CEO and market leader of its Indonesian operation, to succeed Daisy Primayanti, who is departing the firm to pursue other interests.

Mayang Schreiber, CEO and market leader, Burson-Marsteller Indonesia

Based at the new Jakarta office, she will report to Bob Pickard, president and CEO of Burson-Marsteller Asia-Pacific.

With 14 years of communications experience in Indonesia, Australia, and the United Kingdom, Schreiber joins Burson-Marsteller from IndoPacific Edelman, where she was the vice-president and leader of several teams in areas such as corporate, technology and healthcare communications.

She focuses on strategic counsel, stakeholder engagement, PR program planning and implementation for multinational companies...

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