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Dodge promotes Chowning Johnson Aguilera to vice president

Healthcare industry veteran to provide strategic oversight for US comms agency

US healthcare comms agency Dodge Communications has promoted Chowning Johnson Aguilera to vice president.

The new role will see Johnson providing the agency with strategic direction, while meeting client objectives through a mixture of traditional and non-traditional communications campaigns.

"This promotion acknowledges the critical role Chowning and her team have played and will continue to play for this agency going forward," said Brian Parrish, senior vice president and principal at Dodge Communications.

"She's a strong leader, strategic thinker and isn't afraid to push the envelope in order to achieve the best possible results for our clients. I look forward to seeing how she tackles this next chapter in her Dodge career."

Aguilera joined the Atlanta-based agency in 2007 and has both business-to-business and business-to-consumer experience.

23rd January 2013

From: Marketing

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