Women's Research Nonprofit Picks RowenWarren

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The National Council for Research on Women has hired RowenWarren, New York, to remake its organizational identity.

RowenWarren is to create a new graphic identity, boost the nonprofit's online presence and develop programs to improve voice and reach. Fees were not disclosed.

The council is a network of more than 100 research, advocacy and policy centers focusing on society and business.

Founded in 2001, RowenWarren has 60 employees serving clients in the media, spirits, sports and financial services sectors.

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