Sitrick And Company, a public relations firm, provides services in the areas of corporate, financial, and transactional communications to public and private companies, government agencies, and high-profile individuals. The company provides reputation management for corporations and high-profile individuals, mergers and acquisitions, proxy contests, in- and out-of-court restructurings, product recalls and liability claims, environmental controversies, financial restatements and write-downs, government investigations, criminal indictments, labor issues, and trade disputes. It also provides business litigation services, such as services in the areas of shareholder actions, sexual harassment and...
1840 Century Park East
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Founded in 1989
Wendy Tanaka Joins San Francisco Bay Area Office of Sitrick and Company
Mar 20 12
Wendy Tanaka, formerly a technology editor and reporter at Forbes, has joined the San Francisco Bay Area office of Sitrick And Company. At Sitrick, Ms. Tanaka joins an impressive roster of reporters and editors from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg Business News, CBS Television News, NBC Television News and other leading news media outlets. She reports to Lance Ignon, head of the firm's Bay Area operations. Ms. Tanaka comes to Sitrick with 20 years of journalism experience. As a technology editor in Forbes' San Francisco bureau, she led a team of reporters covering Silicon Valley.
Sitrick And Company Promotes Seth Faison to Managing Director and Acting Head of New York Office
Oct 20 11
Sitrick And Company announced that Seth Faison has been promoted to Managing Director and Acting Head of the firm's New York office. Mr. Faison was previously Deputy Managing Director and Deputy Head of the New York office.
Sitrick and Company Announces Management Changes
Aug 23 11
Sitrick And Company announced that Lance Ignon, has been named head of it's San Francisco Bay Area region. He replaces Glenn Bunting, who left the firm. The company also announced that it has named Aaron Curtiss to head the firm's new Denver office, as part of its expansion in the Rocky Mountain and Midwest states. Additionally, the company announced that former Wall Street Journal reporter Jason Booth has rejoined the firm's Los Angeles office, while Michael Claes has joined its New York office. Both hold the title of Member of the Firm. The firm said it is looking to hire two additional senior executives for its Bay Area region and two for its Denver office. Ignon, who first joined the company And Co. in 1994, rejoined the firm in 2007 to open the company's office in San Francisco. His experience includes numerous high-profile assignments in crisis management, environmental issues, litigation support, mergers and acquisitions, labor disputes, restructurings and general reputation management. He also has extensive media and corporate experience. As a journalist, he served as a finance editor and reporter for Investor's Business Daily, a business reporter for the Los Angeles Times, a foreign correspondent for Bloomberg Business News and The Economist Group and the founding editor of the award-winning newspaper, The Business Press. His corporate background includes having served as Vice President, Corporate Affairs for South San Francisco-based VaxGen, Inc, where as an executive officer he was responsible for corporate, government and financial communications as well as capital formation. Curtiss is an experienced communications and business strategist and former journalist who, while at the company, has successfully executed high-profile campaigns in litigation support, proxy contests, government affairs and environmental defense. Curtiss also co-leads the company And Company's in-house digital practice, which develops and executes unique online and social media applications that help clients meet strategic objectives. Curtiss joined the company And Company in 2009 after nearly 20 years at the Los Angeles Times, where he was a reporter, editorial writer, editor, advertising manager and executive leading the transition to an online newsroom. At the company And Company, Curtiss expanded the firm's digital practice to include a full range of online and social media strategies and managed multimillion-dollar cases for a diverse roster of international clients. Jason Booth served as Vice President, Communications for the activist investment firms Steel Partners and Steel Partners Japan before re-joining the company. He had been with the company for five years before that, providing high-level strategic public relations counsel, with an emphasis on financial situations, litigation support, restructuring and crisis communications. During his tenure with the company, Mr. Booth provided strategic communications support for numerous proxy contests, Chapter 11 restructurings and mergers and acquisitions. He also provided advice and counsel to public companies facing short-selling attacks. Earlier in his career, Booth was the Asia economics correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, based in Hong Kong. He also wrote the Journal's ‘Heard in Asia’ investment column and served as a financial reporter for the South China Morning Post. In total, Booth spent more than 10 years living and working as a financial journalist in China and Korea.