Matthew John Joins Crestview Strategy as Chief Operating Officer

Executive Role Established to Support Agency’s Growth

Toronto, ON - Crestview Strategy, a leading Canadian digital public affairs agency, announced today the addition of Matthew John as Chief Operating Officer. This strategic hire was made in support of unprecedented growth following the establishment of a new Calgary-based venture to expand Crestview Strategy’s offering in Western Canada and significant new hires and promotions.

Prior to joining Crestview Strategy, Matthew served as the Business Development Manager in Deloitte’s SAP SuccessFactors practice and before that was the National Client Development Manager for Capital One’s Costco credit card program. In addition to his leadership roles in the private sector, Matthew served as the Manager of Outreach in the office of Prime Minister Stephen Harper and has held executive positions in political parties at the federal and provincial level.

“We’re thrilled to have Matthew join the agency and confident his unique experience in government, business strategy and public affairs will be a critical contributor to achieving Crestview Strategy’s ambitious business plan,” said Rob Moore, Crestview Strategy Partner.  “Matthew is a perfect fit for the Crestview culture and we look forward to the impact of his leadership on the entire team.”    

As Chief Operating Officer, Matthew will chair Crestview Strategy’s Management Committee, ensuring focus and critical decision support to the senior team, and play a key role in pursuit of the agency’s growth plan.

Crestview Strategy, in Canada and globally, serves some of the world’s biggest companies by providing counsel on government relations, public affairs strategy, campaigns, and mergers & acquisitions.

More information about Crestview Strategy, a public affairs agency, can be found at: crestviewstrategy.com.

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Contact:         Jordan Devon (Toronto)

                        +1 (647) 502-2533 mobile

                        jordan.devon@crestviewstrategy.com