Dundee Hills Group appoints Carolyn Archambault to lead Wall Street Communications


Carolyn Archambault


Dundee Hills Group announced that as part of a corporate restructuring designed to promote growth, Carolyn Archambault will head Wall Street Communications as the agency’s new general manager. In this role, Archambault will be responsible for managing the Wall Street Communications team while leading the agency’s client development efforts. She replaces Susan Warren, who has been promoted to chief business development officer for all of the Dundee Hills Group agencies.


Archambault has over 25 years of international communications, marketing, and public relations experience in the broadcasting, cable, and clean technology markets. Her career with Dundee Hills Group began 15 years ago with Wall Street Communications, where she played an integral part in the agency’s development. In 2011, she joined 202 Communications as general manager, overseeing all agency operations and business development.


“Building upon her extensive marketing experience with major technology vendors, Carolyn was instrumental in transitioning 202 Communications from a start-up firm to a leading agency brand serving the broadband, cable, satellite, and telco sectors,” said Chris Lesieutre, CEO of Dundee Hills Group. “She has clearly demonstrated keen abilities in agency management, client services, and business development, and making the move to head a much larger organization is the natural next challenge for her and a big win for the Wall Street Communications team and its clients.”


“Over its 19-year history, Wall Street Communications has become one of the most recognized and established players in the broadcast industry,” said Archambault. “I’m really looking forward to working with the account team and our clients again, with a goal of being even more responsive in delivering the communications efforts that help our clients grow their businesses.”


Archambault is based near Montreal and reports to David Netz, COO of Dundee Hills Group.


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