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Nov 12, 2018

Weber Shandwick promotes Darren Burns, Lydia Lee

The firm names a vice chair for APAC and a new president for China.

L-R: Darren Burns, Lydia Lee

Weber Shandwick has promoted Darren Burns to vice chair, Asia Pacific, and Lydia Lee to president, China. 

Both will report to Baxter Jolly, APAC CEO. Burns, previously president, China, and chair for creativity and innovation, will be based in Singapore. Lee, who was previously executive vice president and chief strategist, will remain based in Shanghai and will work closely with Burns and David Liu, chairman of Weber Shandwick China, according to the agency....

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