(From Burns White LLC) Law firm Burns White LLC has named Colleen A. Treml the firm’s new Chief Marketing Officer.
Ms. Treml is a licensed attorney with nearly 20 years of marketing and communications experience. She spent the last five years overseeing a team of communications professionals as Senior Manager of Marketing Communications at Philips Respironics.
Ms. Treml previously worked as an attorney at Tucker Arensberg P.C. in Pittsburgh and spent 13 years in various high-level, corporate marketing and communications positions in the healthcare industry, including roles as National Director of Physician and Medical Services Communications at Aetna Inc., and Assistant Vice President, Physician Communications at U.S. Healthcare.
Ms. Treml received her law degree from Duquesne University, holds a master’s degree in journalism from Temple University, and earned a bachelor’s degree from The Pennsylvania State University College of Communications.
“I’m eager to help Burns White achieve its growing marketing and business development needs while maintaining the positive relationships with existing clients that have been a hallmark of the firm since it was founded,” Ms. Treml said. “Burns White is on the rise, with a number of growing practice groups that blend nicely with its longstanding excellence in areas such as transportation, healthcare and long-term care, Medicare compliance and workers’ compensation.”
“We’re extremely pleased to welcome Colleen to our family,” said Burns White Founding Member David B. White. “Her depth and breadth of knowledge indicate she is the best choice to lead our ever-expanding business development efforts. Her professional background and life experience make her uniquely qualified for this position.”
Burns White LLC is a full-service law firm that provides corporate, litigation and consulting counsel to clients operating across a broad spectrum of industries nationwide. Harnessing the collective skill of nearly 100 attorneys, the law firm operates offices in Cherry Hill, N.J., Cleveland, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Princeton, N.J., Wheeling, W.V. and Wilmington, Del.