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firstlight bolsters healthcare team

Appoints Grant Fisher and Kristen Barrett

firstlight Grant FisherLondon PR firm firstlight has strengthened its healthcare team with the appointments of Grant Fisher and Kristen Barrett.

Fisher (pictured right) joins the agency as an associate director, bringing over 10 years of communications experience in the healthcare industry.

Most recently, Fisher served as an associate director at Ruder Finn UK, and has previously worked at Aurora Healthcare Communications, Kent Community Health NHS Trust and NHS Eastern and Coastal Kent.

Meanwhile, Barrett (pictured left) becomes an account director at firstlight, following a recent stint as a freelance consultant working with Cohn & Wolfe and Ruder Finn UK.

firstlight Kristen BarrettPreviously, she served as an account manager at Aurora Healthcare Communications, and group communications lead at Atlantis Healthcare.

Pat Pearson, managing director for healthcare at firstlight, said: “As we grow it is important we continue to offer our clients the service that they have come to expect.

“We believe good communications has the power to change lives for the better and we work with our clients to ensure they can unlock the potential of their products and services.

“Hiring Grant and Kristen ensures we are well placed to grow as we work towards becoming the agency of choice for companies working in advanced medicines, healthcare technology, mental health and neuroscience, public health and vaccines.”

4th October 2016

From: Marketing

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