The Atlantic is bringing on Natalie Raabe as Director of Communications in mid-March. She will be based in Washington.
The Atlantic will work with the outside public relations firm, the Rosen Group, until the end of March. But then Raabe will take over. “The Rosen Group has done excellent work and has given us great support as we searched for an in-house communications director,” said The Atlantic‘s V.P., Head of Corporate Strategic Communications Linda Douglass, in a release. “We look forward to working with them on special projects in the future.”
Raabe comes to the job after several years at ABC News in New York. Most recently, she was Director of Publicity for “Good Morning America ” and before that, Director of Publicity for “World News with Charles Gibson.” From 2004 through 2006, she was the publicity coordinator for “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” and “Nightline” in Washington.