WASHINGTON, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 30 Point Strategies, a strategic communications firm, announced it has added three members – Genevieve Rozansky, Clifton Chestnut and Arielle Poleg – to its growing team.
"At 30 Point, our clients benefit from partnering with experienced professionals who bring the wisdom and experience that only comes from having worked on the most challenging communications issues – and our three newest team members have done exactly that," said Noam Neusner, co-founder of 30 Point Strategies.
In December, Rozansky, 29, joined the company's Washington, D.C.-area office as a media and client manager, from Capitol Hill, where she served as press secretary for Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona. She joined Flake's office in 2009 when he was a congressman and transitioned to the Senate staff in January 2013. In these roles, she regularly worked with national, print and broadcast media, and spearheaded the office's digital strategy. Rozansky received her undergraduate degree from American University and a master's in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University.
In January, Chestnut, 37, joined 30 Point Strategies' Atlanta office as a senior writer, after spending nearly a decade building his own language translation and corporate education firm in Madrid, Spain. Before that, Chestnut spent six years as a journalist at The Oregonian, writing about education and criminal justice.
He is a graduate with a degree in journalism from the University of South Carolina.
Poleg, 33, joins 30 Point in February as a media and client manager in its Washington, D.C.-area, office. Previously, she spent five years at The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington, where she most recently served as director of Israel Action Center and International Affairs. Poleg is a graduate of Dartmouth College and received a master's in International Relations of the Middle East from the George Washington University.
"Each of these additions brings special background and significant potential to our business and our clients," said Adam Levy, co-founder of 30 Point Strategies. "Cliff's strong writing skills and global perspective will immediately benefit our many clients with international operations. Genevieve's media and crisis experience are integral in today's fast-paced communications environment. And Arielle's deep knowledge of Middle East issues is only surpassed by her proven ability to build coalitions as part of focused communications efforts."
Founded in 2008, 30 Point Strategies is a strategic communications firm with offices in the Washington D.C. area; Atlanta; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Houston. The firm's expertise is built on decades of journalism experience and the core belief that strong writing reflects clear thinking. Our growing list of clients includes many in the Fortune 500, as well as organizations and opinion leaders.
SOURCE 30 Point Strategies