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Amy Dietz named one of PR News’ Rising PR Stars 30 & Under

Nov 12, 2018

PR News has named Gagen MacDonald consultant Amy Dietz a Rising PR Star in the 2018 PR News’ PR People Awards. The annual event celebrates budding PR leaders who, day in and day out, make communications matter in the marketplace.

“Faced with evolving marketplace challenges, our clients must manage complex, non-stop change. They’ve often expressed the importance of strong, strategic thinkers like Amy who help them make measurable change happen,” said Molly Rauzi, chief information officer and senior consultant at Gagen MacDonald. “Amy is a standout example of this kind of leadership. She can move an idea from conception to reality in record speed without compromising quality. A rare talent, Amy’s magnetic energy and intelligence invigorates clients and teammates alike.”

Amy is being recognized for an outstanding record of work with leading Fortune 500 companies. Most recently, Amy has led Gagen’s partnership with Johnson & Johnson, the world’s largest and most broadly based healthcare company. Previously, Amy served as the Gagen lead account manager for Walgreens Boots Alliance’s proposed acquisition of Rite Aid—a complex transaction in which she navigated effortlessly through various iterations of the deal, including divestiture and asset purchase. A great developer of talent, Amy mentors many junior consultants, always making herself available to discuss challenges or questions.

Honorees and winners of PR News' PR People Awards will be celebrated at a luncheon on December 4 at the historic National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

View the accomplishments of past Gagen MacDonald Rising PR Star honorees, Dionne Gomez and Kristal Sauer.

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