Signal Group Promotes Five Amid Era of New Independence

Firm Names Two New Directors Across Public Affairs and Creative Service Offerings
Washington, D.C., May 2, 2024 – Signal Group, a leading integrated, newly-independent public affairs firm in Washington, D.C., today announced the promotions of five staffers – Julian Graham to Director, Vinny Sheu to Director of Creative Content, Sharky Thomas to Senior Manager, Digital Campaigns, Meg Fosha to Manager, and Jenna Kent to Executive Associate.
“We are so excited to promote five Signal staffers who have each been vital to achieving consequential success for our clients. Each of these team members have contributed meaningfully to our growth in both service offerings and clients,” said Chelsea Koski, President of Signal Group. “This includes leadership in modern creative, digital, and advocacy capabilities, along with new clients in renewable energy, conservation, international relations, financial services, healthcare, regulatory affairs, and more.”
Details on five promoted staff members are below:
• Julian Graham is promoted to Director. At Signal, Julian leads a broad portfolio of international affairs, financial services, and energy clients with public affairs and advocacy services.
• Vinny Sheu is promoted to Director of Creative Content. At Signal, Vinny leads social media strategy and creative storytelling. He heads the firm’s full-service creative studio, which includes photography, videography, and graphic design. He was formally the Digital Director for Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH).
• Sharky Thomas is promoted to Senior Manager, Digital Campaigns. At Signal, Sharky runs digital campaigns and strategy for a variety of clients in healthcare, energy, regulatory affairs, and more.
• Meg Fosha is promoted to Manager. At Signal, Meg manages and supports several ocean conservation, public lands, sustainability, and veterans’ affairs clients.
• Jenna Kent is promoted to Executive Associate. At Signal, Jenna coordinates operations to ensure a welcoming work environment, while also supporting Signal executives.
This March, Signal announced its full independence amid record growth and an increasingly diverse portfolio of clients.

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