Jeni Lee Chapman ’89 BA Named Gorkana US Managing Director

Gorkana Group has announced the appointment of Jeni Lee Chapman (’89 BA) as Managing Director of its US operations, based in New York City. As a premium provider of services for public relations, communications, and media professionals, Gorkana delivers the relationships that help organizations better manage their reputations. Chapman brings more than 20 years of market research and client management experience to the group, most recently as an executive vice president at Harris Interactive.

“Jeni’s exceptional track record with building and motivating successful teams and developing client-focused solutions will bring a new perspective to our business,” said Jeremy Thompson, Chief Executive, Gorkana Group. “She joins Gorkana at an exciting time. In this changing media landscape, building meaningful relationships between PR professionals and media representatives has never been more critical. Gorkana ensures our clients have the highest level of personalized service and a genuine competitive edge through our premium offerings and industry knowledge. We are very pleased to welcome Jeni aboard.”

A proven leader in business strategy with a keen understanding of the digital and social media space, Chapman previously held senior posts at Harris Interactive and TNS, where she spent more than 12 years. She has worked with large blue-chip clients in consumer goods, retail, and financial services, with a particular focus in technology. In addition to guiding the US-based team, Chapman will join the Executive Team in London and reports directly to Jeremy Thompson, Chief Executive.

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