StrategyCorp Welcomes Two New Principals to Ownership Group

Chris Loreto and John Perenack join current Principals, Leslie Noble, John Duffy, John Matheson, and Lisa Samson

November 29, 2016 – Toronto, Ontario – StrategyCorp is proud to announce the expansion of its ownership group with the addition of two new principals to the firm, Chris Loreto and John Perenack. In StrategyCorp’s 21st year of business, this move not only cements its unique position in the marketplace as the only firm to offer integrated public affairs, strategic communications, and management consulting under one roof, but sets StrategyCorp on a solid growth trajectory.

“We’re proud to have Chris and John expand their roles at the firm as our newest principals,” said Leslie Noble, Principal, StrategyCorp. “The addition of John and Chris to our ownership group is a reflection of the success of the integrated service offering we provide.  StrategyCorp is the only company to combine the business and operational skills of top-notch management consultants, with the political acuity, public affairs and communications skills gained from working at every level of government, handling some of the most highly charged issues of the day.”

Chris Loreto has more than 17 years of experience in senior advisory, management, and consulting roles in government and the private sector. In 2012, Chris left one of the world’s largest professional services companies to join StrategyCorp and lead the build out of our management consulting practice.  Today, StrategyCorp counts some of Canada’s largest and most prestigious public, private and non-profit organizations as clients. The integration of business analytical capabilities with our deep understanding of the external political and public policy environment allows us to provide uniquely valuable advice in the most complex business and organizational situations.

John Perenack brings more than 20 years of experience as a senior strategic communications and public affairs advisor, with a particular expertise in crisis and issues management.  He joined StrategyCorp in 2012 to grow the company’s strategic communications practice, which advises organizations on corporate reputation, and how to communicate effectively with key stakeholders including media, investors, communities, and governments.  John has also led the development of StrategyCorp GroundswellTM – the firm’s innovative and proprietary suite of digital community and stakeholder engagement tools. Under John’s leadership the StrategyCorp communications practice has grown significantly, quietly tackling some of the most complex and high profile communications challenges.


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Emily Naddaf,, 416-864-7920


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