Brunswick enhances strategic advisory capabilities in the Gulf.
January 19, 2023 – Brunswick Group, the world’s leading critical issues advisory firm, today announced that Rebecca Jarvest will join the firm as a Partner in Abu Dhabi on January 23, 2023.
Rebecca is a strategic communications expert with extensive stakeholder engagement, corporate positioning and crisis management experience. She joins Brunswick from the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office (ADGMO), where she was Director of Communications and Strategic Partnerships. Prior to this, she was Head of PR for the Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi in 2019 and, before that, a Director at communications agency, TRACCS.
Neal Wolin, Chief Executive Officer, said: “Rebecca’s extensive communications experience and strong understanding of the critical issues facing our clients will be very valuable as we continue to enhance our senior advisory capability in the Gulf. We have a strong and growing client base in the region, served by an outstanding team of colleagues. I am delighted to welcome Rebecca to the team.”
On joining Brunswick, Rebecca Jarvest said: “I am delighted to join Brunswick, a firm with such an impressive depth of expertise. I look forward to collaborating with colleagues to help clients solve their most pressing challenges and harness strategic opportunities in this dynamic, fast-growing region.”
About Rebecca Jarvest
Most recently, Rebecca was Director of Communications and Strategic Partnerships at the Abu Dhabi Government Media Office (ADGMO). There, she was responsible for engaging a range of stakeholders on critical issues and priorities for the Abu Dhabi ecosystem through strategic, creative and digital communications. This included spearheading the national vaccination campaign, launching Abu Dhabi’s first multi-stakeholder, global foreign direct investment campaign and advising on participation at global events including Davos and COP26. She also advised the Director General on Abu Dhabi’s narrative and positioning, policy communications and crisis communications.
Prior to this, Rebecca was Head of PR for Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi in 2019 and, before that, a Director at communications agency, TRACCS, where she was responsible for generating new business and running client teams in the travel and tourism, arts and culture, retail and technology sectors. Rebecca started her career in the arts sector at a public exhibition and education space in Dubai.
Rebecca received a B.A. in Modern and Medieval Languages from Cambridge University, and a Masters in Christianity and the Arts from King’s College London.
About Brunswick Group
Brunswick is a strategic advisory firm focused on critical issues and critical stakeholders. Our purpose is to help our clients play their role in the world successfully. We advise on critical issues and critical stakeholders at the center of business, politics and society, and help our clients – the leaders of large, complex organizations – understand and navigate these interconnected worlds. Brunswick is one firm globally, operating as a single profit center. This allows us to respond seamlessly and effectively to clients’ needs wherever they are in the world.
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