Leslie Wolf-Creutzfeldt Joins LEVICK as Senior Vice President
NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- LEVICK welcomes Leslie Wolf-Creutzfeldt as a new Senior Vice President based in the firm's New York City office. Ms. Wolf-Creutzfeldt joins LEVICK with more than three decades' experience in financial communications and public relations.
"I have always admired Leslie's seemingly effortless ability to connect clients to top-tier media, analysts, and business partners," said Mark Irion, President of LEVICK. "As we expand LEVICK's capabilities in the New York office, Leslie's reputation as a trusted advisor to clients across the globe will be instrumental in LEVICK's plans for international business development, particularly in South America and Asia."
Most recently, Ms. Wolf-Creutzfeldt served as the Managing Director for Grayling USA, where her responsibilities included developing and implementing programs to increase revenue, valuation, and brand loyalty for global clients across industry sectors. Ms. Wolf-Creutzfeldt managed high-profile events with government leaders and corporate executives and directed client marketing programs.
Ms. Wolf-Creutzfeldt's sectoral expertise in technology ad biotech began early in her career. She led Interpublic's Life Sciences Investor Relations Division. Earlier, she established Adam Friedman Associates' Chinese Growth Department, and headed the Technology Division at Thompson Financial.
Ms. Wolf-Creutzfeldt stated: "LEVICK is the ideal agency to bring my investor relations and financial communications experience, working with Asian and Latin American technology and bioscience companies. LEVICK's rapidly growing presence in the City, coupled with its commitment to integrating New York's financial communications with insights on Washington's strong financial regulatory role, is perfectly suited to my skills and clients' needs."
Ms. Wolf-Creutzfeldt graduated from the London School of Economics with a Master of Science and earned a Bachelor of Art from Wellesley College in French and European History. She began her career as communications editor for Cosmopolitan International, where she ensured brand and messaging continuity for ten foreign editions of Cosmopolitan Magazine.