Lori Senecal’s Impressive Career
After two years as global CEO of MDC Partners agency CP+B, Lori Senecal will be moving on and retiring from her current position. During her time with them, Lori Senecal was instrumental in shaping the new role for the agency. Her help over the past couple of years will not go unnoticed and her influence will continue as she helps to pick the person who will take over her position. Over her years at CP+B she was a good leader who created a more effective and smarter agency. Although she is retiring, Lori Senecal will most likely continue to be the effective leader she always has been.
Before she took on her current role, Lori Senecal had many other influential roles at other companies and businesses. She was once the President & CEO of the MDC Partner Network, where Lori was in charge of expanding the company and working with potential partners to further expand the business. Her work with this company is extensive but her experience does spread further than this single company. Before she joined MDC Partners she worked for kbs+ as the Global Chairman and CEO. At kbs+ she was instrumental in growing the company from a 250 person agency to one that reached almost a 1000 people and spanned different places on the globe. Her work with kbs+ is crucial and showing the abilities she has at helping companies advance.
According to Fast Company, throughout her career, Lori Senecal has been recognized multiple times for her work ethic and accomplishments. In 2013 she received the Quantum Leap Award for her role in leadership and innovation. She also was publicly announced as a Women To Watch from Advertising Age. Her public recognition for her high level of achievement speaks to her accomplishments in her career.
Lori Senecal has had such a full career in the short amount of time that she has been in the industry. Her strong work ethic and skills have paved the road for her and made her career extremely successful and rewarding. Lori Senecal may be retiring this year from her current position, but her leadership skills and innovative thinking is far from over.
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