Ogilvy PR Australia has appointed Nino Tesoriero to the position of Director, Ogilvy Corporate.
Tesoriero brings a wealth of experience to the role, having advised political, corporate and community leaders on strategic communications and issues management for more than 15 years.
He was an adviser to a former Australian Prime Minister and managed media and stakeholder campaigns across the Ministry while in the PM’s office. He was also a senior media adviser to a former Deputy Premier of New South Wales.
Prior to joining Ogilvy PR, Nino delivered business critical strategies and campaigns to CEOs and leadership teams from peak Australian companies, multinational corporations and government departments on crisis management, political engagement, media issues and community projects.
He began his career as a journalist and gained a national profile as a respected workplace relations and senior political reporter with the ABC. Nino also has international experience, having directed large-scale education campaigns as a marketing head in the United Kingdom.
Ogilvy PR’s group managing director – corporate, Susan Redden Makatoa, said Nino is a welcome senior addition to a growing practice: “We’re working with complex challenges with multiple stakeholders, so we need smart thinking and excellent implementation capability.
“With his experience and influential contacts across the business, media, education, technology and community sectors, Nino is well placed to deliver excellent counsel and in depth quality thinking for Ogilvy PR’s clients.”
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