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Donlen Names Director of Marketing

January 15, 2009

NORTHBROOK, IL – Donlen Corp. has named Suzanne Deveney as its new director of marketing. 

"We are pleased to have Suzanne join Donlen," said Gary Rappeport, Donlen Corporation's CEO. "Her background as both a creative director and marketing executive with strong brand management experience brings a unique perspective and depth of knowledge to Donlen as we continue to grow in the marketplace."

Deveney has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and creative positions, in a variety of industries including global financial services, consulting, and healthcare. Most recently, she served as chief communication officer at Howard Brown, and has served as creative director at Huron Consulting Group and Arthur Andersen.


"The Donlen team is comprised of professionals with deep industry experience and a strong commitment to client service," Deveney said. "It's a very innovative culture, and I am excited to be working with Gary and everyone at Donlen to better serve the needs of our clients."

Deveney holds a Master's degree from IIT and resides in Chicago. 

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