NEW YORK — Brunswick Group has added four senior leaders to its Americas management team in a move meant to bolster the firm’s growth across the region.

Brunswick partner and chief business officer Courtney Chiang Dorman has been named managing partner of the Americas.  In the newly created role, Dorman will work with Americas CEO and US senior partner Nikhil Deogun on furthering group and regional priorities.

Dorman’s promotion comes less than three years after she joined Brunswick as chief business officer. Previously she spent 17 years at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati where she served in several roles including chief operating officer.

Mylene Mangalindan and Darren McDermott have been named co-heads of the San Francisco office. Mangalindan and McDermott are both Brunswick partners — Mangalindan since 2014 and McDermott since 2012. Former San Francisco head Ash Spiegelberg will now focus fulltime on his global role as co-lead of the firm’s technology, media and telecoms sector group.

Lauren Nadig, meantime, becomes head of the Dallas office, succeeding Mark Palmer who will focus full time on advising clients. Nadig will also continue to serve as chief of operations, Americas.

“We continue to see extremely strong growth in the Americas and these appointments set our firm up for even greater success in the region,” group CEO Neal Wolin said. “As is the case across our firm, we will continue to enhance our capabilities to bring our clients the very best counsel on their most critical issues. I am delighted to welcome Courtney, Mylene, Darren and Lauren into these leadership roles and want to thank Ash and Mark for their outstanding stewardship of the San Francisco and Dallas offices, respectively.”