Linkenhoker will educate and engage agents, executives, and the agency’s clients on issue-based advocacy.
The former Managing Director of NMA Consulting Partners will advise ICM on policy-oriented engagement ranging from human rights issues and immigration to pay equity and political reform and other issues that impact the entertainment and creative communities.
“We are taking the national climate very seriously, and through this new venture, we will be institutionalizing our commitment to politics and civic engagement,” said ICM Managing Partner Chris Silbermann. “There is no better person to lead this effort than Hannah. She brings with her the respect of community leaders and elected officials, and we couldn’t be more proud to have her join our company.”
“I’m excited to work with ICM Partners at such a critical moment in our country’s history,” said Linkenhoker. “Artists and storytellers have powerful voices that can be used to inspire and reshape our conversations, and I’m honored to join a team with shared values and a commitment to long-term civic impact.”
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