Nina Devlin was a partner with fancy financial PR firm Brunswick Group—which was great for her husband, who took information about the deals that Nina was working on and used it to help his friends make millions through illegal insider trading. Now Nina has a new job. With Edelman!
Her husband, who worked at Lehman Bros, pleaded guilty to insider trading; Nina was not charged with doing anything wrong. Still, Brunswick was not too enthusiastic about touting her "expertise" to its (probably very, very mad) clients any more, understandably. Now she's landed at humongo communications conglomerate Edelman (where I also hope to land after my inevitable fall from grace!) and they're "delighted" to have her. This proves that redemption exists. Get your PR on, Nina. We're not mad at ya.