Terman and Associates announced that Suzanne Malec-McKenna, an authority on
energy, the environment and their connection to economic growth, and former
Commissioner of Environment for the City of Chicago, has joined the strategic
as senior counsel, Malec-McKenna will be working with JT’s energy and
environmental clients and advising JT’s corporate, not-for-profit and
government clients on communications strategies for issues such as energy
efficiency programs, sustainable development, environmental regulation and
opportunities to promote economic growth and job creation.
pleased to add Suzanne’s expertise to our growing communications work on
environmental and energy issues. Businesses and institutions across industries
are creating sustainable operating models for both environmental and economic
reasons,” saidJim Terman, JT’s president.
44, spent 17 years at the Department of Environment, serving as Commissioner
from 2007 until May 2011 and previously as deputy commissioner of Natural
Resources and Water Quality.
many achievements was the development and initial implementation of the Chicago
Climate Action Plan, an ambitious effort to reduce Chicago’s greenhouse gas
emissions and prepare the City for environmental changes already underway.
am thrilled to join JT. Its experience in issues engagement, strategic
communications and event management is unmatched in the region. The diversity
of issues in which JT is involved creates great opportunities for partnerships
to advance clients’ business and policy agendas,” said Malec-McKenna.
JT is a
Chicago-based firm specializing in public affairs, crisis management and event
management, supported by creative and interactive services that enable it to
provide clients with comprehensive communications services under one roof.