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Feller named partner of the agency that invented Language Strategy(R)

NEW YORK, May 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ Leading language strategy® maslansky + partners (m+p), announced today that Ben Feller, the former chief White House correspondent for the Associated Press, will join as a partner. An award-winning writer and renowned storytelling strategist, Feller will serve as a global leader in advising clients on how to use the power of language to drive real change in attitudes, behaviors and results. He will also help expand m+p’s corporate narrative offerings and thought leadership, given his rare track record as a communications consultant and entrepreneur who has challenged US presidents and thrived in the most demanding media environment. in the world.

“Ben brings a combination of skills and qualities that we knew we wanted but never expected to find. His extraordinary pedigree gives him invaluable perspective when it comes to advising senior executives,” said Michel Maslanski, CEO of maslansky + partners. “He’s a gifted writer who thinks like a language strategist and deeply understands the work we do for clients. And he’s clearly committed to being part of a team that’s focused on developing our people.”

Feller spent the first 20 years of his career as a journalist, becoming one of America’s most respected reporters. He served as chief White House correspondent for the Associated Press, directing presidential coverage for the world’s largest news organization. Feller spent more than six years covering the president barack obama and president George W. Bush, reporting on all facets of their domestic, foreign and political agendas. He then turned to business and joined global strategy firm Omnicom Mercury, where he worked for nearly nine years and became a partner, serving as a trusted strategic advisor to leaders in business, academia and of philanthropy.

“I’m honored to join the firm that’s setting the standard in what I love doing most: crafting winning language as the foundation for accomplishing really great things,” Feller said. “maslansky + partners first appealed to me as a place that merges strategic thinking with an extraordinarily thoughtful and rigorous approach to developing client stories. The journalist in me was then invigorated by the idea of ​​working with colleagues from different disciplines – data, behavioral sciences, marketing and linguistics – to find creative solutions for clients And I knew I had found the right person when I realized that m+p is a fun place that gives great importance to helping its employees and to the quality of everything that is attached to its name.”

Feller added, “I look forward to learning from the team and helping contribute to their success.”

Feller is a messaging expert with a distinctive ability to help companies solve complex problems by asking the right questions and distilling their stories with clarity and conviction. Feller is also a moderator, speaker and author who has just published his first book. Big problems, small problems is a children’s book about how a father and son work through life’s frustrations together.

Feller’s arrival reflects the strong growth of maslansky + partners over the past decade. m+p’s distinctive approach to language strategy has continued to evolve to meet a wide range of customer business challenges. Increasingly, C-level executives and their teams are turning to maslansky+ partners to create compelling corporate narratives that stand out in a crowded marketplace and resonate in a deeply polarized and hyperpolitical environment. The company’s corporate narrative practice – encompassing work on reputation strategy, purpose, values, DEI and internal communication – is among the fastest growing areas of the business. Feller’s background as a journalist and his understanding of the intersection of business, politics and media will help him have an immediate impact on m+p’s ability to serve its clients in this critical area.

Feller starts on June 6. He will be based in New York.

About maslansky + partners

maslansky + partners is a language strategy firm widely recognized as a leader in communications, research and messaging. The firm’s approach is based on a simple idea: it’s not what you say, it’s what they hear®. Using a research and data-driven approach, maslansky+partners helps clients find the right language to simplify the complex, build credibility amidst controversy, stand out from the crowd, and always speak in the language of their audience. m+p’s clients include a third of the Fortune 100 in the pharmaceutical, financial, technology, energy and consumer sectors. For more information about maslansky + partners, part of Omnicom Public Relations Group, visit

About Omnicom’s Public Relations Group

Omnicom Public Relations Group is a global collective of three of the world’s largest public relations firms and agencies specializing in areas such as public affairs, language strategy, global health strategy and change management. As the largest group of communications professionals in the world, our employees bring their expertise to businesses, government agencies, NGOs and non-profit organizations in a wide range of sectors. Omnicom’s public relations group meets the needs of its clients through a relentless focus on talent, a continuous pursuit of innovation and a culture steeped in collaboration. Omnicom Public Relations Group is part of the Communications Consultancy Network, a division of Omnicom Group Inc. (NYSE: OMC).

About Omnicom Group Inc.

Omnicom Group Inc. (NYSE: OMC) ( is one of the world’s leading marketing and corporate communications companies. Omnicom’s brand networks and numerous specialist companies provide advertising, strategic media planning and buying, digital and interactive marketing, direct and promotional marketing, public relations and other communications services specialists to more than 5,000 customers in more than 70 countries. Follow us on Twitter for the latest news.


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