ICM Partners is strengthening their senior management team with several promotions, including Kevin Crotty and Sloan Harris to the roles of co-president, where they will oversee all agent related and client service operations, the agency announced Monday.
“Kevin and Sloan have demonstrated over the course of many years that they are excellent agents and tremendous leader, who have the respect of their peers as well as the wisdom and experience needed to help guide us into the next phase of our successful growth strategy,” managing director Chris Silbermann and co-managing director Ted Chervin said in a statement.
In addition, Adam Schweitzer, the New York-based longtime co-head of the talent department and founding partner, has been promoted to managing director of talent and branding.
“Adam has been a rising star at this agency since he got here 20 years ago and that continues to this day. This move allows us to seamlessly combine two critically important departments, which we believe will generate even more opportunities for our clients,” Silbermann and Chervin said.
Rick Levy and Jennifer Joel, also founding partners and board members, will be elevated to chief operating officer and co-heads of the publishing department, respectively. Joel will serve alongside longtime publishing department co-head Esther Newberg.
“We are proud of our unique culture, that values inclusion, diversity and opportunity while rewarding creative, sophisticated, collaborative and entrepreneurial client representation and exceptional results,” Silbermann and Chervin said.
“Kevin, Sloan, Adam, Rick, Jennifer and Esther embody the best touchstones of our culture and we couldn’t be happier or more proud to entrust them with more responsibility and leadership opportunities because they have earned them.”
The ICM Partners Board of Directors remains; Chris Silbermann, Ted Chervin, Lorrie Bartlett, Kevin Crotty, Sloan Harris, Jennifer Joel, Rick Levy, Steve Levine, Esther Newberg, Janet Carol Norton, Adam Schweitzer, Chris Von Goetz and Eddy Yablans.