Associate Vice President, CSG | DC
Susannah Rosenblatt is an Associate Vice President, CSG at Fenton, where she uses her award-winning communications leadership experience spanning cultures and continents to craft winning strategies to improve global health. A versatile storyteller, she directed strategy and branding for the United Nations Foundation’s malaria prevention campaign; managed its digital presence at the World Health Assembly; and cultivated thought leadership and partnerships for the global health team.
Driven by causes that count, she has overseen a multimillion-dollar cause marketing effort to prevent suicide, and supported communications for Heifer International, Save the Children, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, among others. She was also a journalist with the Los Angeles Times and in Taiwan. Susannah has an M.P.S. in Public Relations from Georgetown University, where she was a faculty advisor, and a B.A. in English, summa cum laude, from Wake Forest University.