GS&P Promotes Layton Meng to Director of Corporate Communications

Leadership to Support Continued Growth of Firm Through Promotion of People, Practice and Projects

July 27, 2017   |   Nashville,  Tenn.   |   People

Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Layton Meng has been promoted to director of Corporate Communications. In this role, Meng will be focused on developing, implementing and measuring the effectiveness of internal and external communication strategies in support of GS&P’s market-based and firmwide business objectives.

“Layton has shown an enthusiasm for helping us more effectively communicate the value of our firm in thoughtful and engaging ways,” commented Al Pramuk, Chairman and CEO, Gresham, Smith and Partners. “Through her leadership, our Corporate Communications staff will continue to broaden the awareness of ways GS&P is driving innovation within our industry, the successful solutions we are delivering for our clients, how we are supporting the personal and professional growth of our employees, and the impact we are making in our communities through our corporate social responsibility efforts.”

“I am proud to take on this role and continue to help tell the stories of our practice, our people and our projects,” Meng commented. “GS&P has a 50-year history of supporting communities through designs that have positive social, economic and environmental impacts. As the firm continues to evolve, I look forward to showcasing the various ways that the passion of our staff is being translated into success for our clients, our communities and the growth of our firm.”  

Meng has more than 15 years of experience and joined GS&P in 2007. During her time at GS&P, she has focused on the development of proactive thought leadership and digital content strategies. She was instrumental in the launch of the firm’s blog, GS&P Dialogue, social media presence and video content integration. She has led the evolution of GS&P’s annual Showcase program that seeks to recognize the innovative work being done by GS&P project teams to drive positive social, economic and environmental impacts for clients and communities. Prior to joining GS&P, Meng served as a director at Qorvis Communications in Washington, D.C. She is a member of the United Way Young Leaders Council and is a volunteer at the Nashville Public Library. Meng earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Auburn University.

“Through Layton's leadership, our Corporate Communications staff will continue to broaden the awareness of ways GS&P is driving innovation within our industry, the successful solutions we are delivering for our clients, how we are supporting the personal and professional growth of our employees, and the impact we are making in our communities through our corporate social responsibility efforts.”

Al Pramuk, GS&P Chairman and CEO
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