Clein + White spells out staff promotions

Treusch, Beeman, Lillard, Bassett upped

Bicoastal marketing and public relations agency Clein + White has announced a series of staff promotions.

In the company’s N.Y. office, Shannon Treusch has been upped to VP and Steve Beeman to junior publicist. In the L.A. office, Amy Lillard has moved up to senior publicist and Sarah Bassett to head writer.

Film campaigns

Treusch most recently served as a senior publicist. During her more than four years with Clein + White, she has handled publicity campaigns for films including “Your Friends and Neighbors,” “In the Company of Men,” “The Opposite of Sex” and “The Last Days of Disco.”

Lillard most recently served in Clein + White’s N.Y. branch as a junior publicist. At her new L.A. post, she is West Coast rep for the campaigns for “Pi,” “Very Bad Things” and the re-edit of “Touch of Evil.” In N.Y., Lillard worked on “The Full Monty” and the re-release of “Vertigo.”

Varied background

Bassett has been with Clein + White for over a year, having worked on “Touch of Evil,” “Endurance” and “The Boxer.” Before joining the company, Bassett served as a magazine editor, a publishing consultant, professor and journalist.

During his two years at Clein + White, Beeman has been instrumental in handling publicity for films including “Your Friends and Neighbors,” “In the Company of Men” and “The Opposite of Sex.” Beeman also handles positioning for several film accounts, writing production notes for “The Tango Lesson” and “Pi,” among other films.

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