Andrea Marozas has joined International Creative Management as vice president of corporate communications, the agency announced Monday.
Marozas, who previously served as corporate communications director at Creative Artists Agency, will oversee all aspects of internal and external communications for the company’s worldwide operations.
“Communications is a key component of our growth strategy,” said ICM chairman Jeffrey Berg. “I believe the combination of Andrea’s broad experience and vision for the company are a perfect complement to our core and new business objectives, and will help us generate a clearer presence in areas where we have important non-traditional accounts like international corporations and institutions.”
“Andrea is an excellent fit for ICM,” said ICM president and co-CEO Jim Wiatt. “She has agency experience, terrific relationships and a unique style of handling media relations. We look forward to working with her.”
Marozas is replacing Ellen Kroner, who is leaving the agency to pursue other opportunities.
Before joining CAA in February 1996, where she worked until September 1997, Marozas worked as senior director of corporate communications at Philips Media, the New York-based division of Philips Electronics. Prior to Philips, the Smith College grad was an account manager at New York public relations firms Bender, Goldman & Helper and Ruder Finn.