Kivvit Announces Zach Silber To Serve As New Chief Innovation Officer

Kivvit is excited to announce that Zach Silber will serve as Chief Innovation Officer, leading the development of the firm’s emerging high priority capabilities particularly in the areas of proprietary services, data and technology. As the firm’s first CIO, Silber will be a member of the firm’s management team and will work across all Kivvit offices in New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., New Jersey and Miami.

“Media, technology and data are changing rapidly and we are in the unique position to make these changes work for our clients,” said Eric Sedler and Maggie Moran, Managing Partners of Kivvit. “Zach is going to be at the center of our emerging capabilities working with our colleagues and clients to drive contemporary and effective communication campaigns.”

“This role puts me at the center of communication, content, technology and media, which is the culmination of my work over the last 10 years,” said Silber. “This is an incredible opportunity to build the innovation assets at Kivvit.”

“At Kivvit our motto is: Insights. Drive. Results. When we run a 21st century communications campaign, those insights are driven by data, new technologies and innovation. Our decision to establish this role was to make sure Kivvit is at the helm of changes in the industry that ultimately improve outcomes for our clients,” said Sedler and Moran on the establishment of the CIO positon.

Prior to joining Kivvit, Silber served as political director of the New York Observer, where he directed business functions for the Observer’s political properties. Silber has been named a “40 under 40 Rising Star” in New York politics. He got his start in politics working for political strategists James Carville and Mary Matalin while attending GW in Washington, D.C.