Weber Shandwick Makes Changes to Senior Leadership in APAC

Campbell Hanley, Juny Lee, and Elizabeth Bae

Weber Shandwick today announced the promotions of Campbell Hanley to Managing Director, Japan, and Juny Lee to Managing Director, Korea.

Hanley most recently served as General Manager of Weber Shandwick Japan while Lee held the same role at Weber Shandwick Korea. Both will oversee the strategic direction, P&L, and overall growth of the agency in their respective markets.

Elizabeth Bae has also been named Deputy Managing Director for Weber Shandwick Korea. She will support Lee within his new role and assist with the firms’ outward approach for local clients that hope to grow regionally and globally. Bae previously served as executive vice president, Weber Shandwick Korea.


Both Hanley and Lee will continue to report to Tyler Kim, vice chair, Asia Pacific and managing director, North Asia, Weber Shandwick.

“Covid-19 has been a challenging experience for both Juny and Campbell – but they have both shown their prowess in enduring through the pandemic and leading their teams to success,” said Kim.

“They have worked hard to keep employees feeling connected and have continuously worked on identifying and addressing key issues especially during the unprecedented challenges that clients were faced with. I am sure that, under their leadership, we will see the Japan and Korea operations flourish; especially with expanding market opportunities.”



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