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GCI Health's Kath Kerry moves to co-MD for its London office

And the med comms agency's Hannah Morris becomes client services director

Kath KerryHealthcare communications agency GCI Health has strengthened its London, UK-based team with the addition of four new hires.

Kath Kerry (pictured) joins the agency on a permanent basis as she transitions from her role as co-acting managing director at GCI Health to co-managing director.

She said: “I am excited to be joining such a talented and growing team, with a focus to continue to grow the business as we have done over the last 12 months and nurture our tremendously positive, supportive business culture.”

Hannah Morris, who was also co-acting managing director, will now assume a new role of client services director, partnering with the agency’s management team to deliver client service across GCI Health’s European presence.

Wendy Lund, chief executive officer of GCI Health, said: “We are delighted to be celebrating our continuous and significant growth in London with our latest appointments.

“Our team has more than quadrupled over the past three years, and our growing senior leadership is critical as we continue to deliver new integrated approached for clients across the UK, Europe and globally.”

4th January 2018

From: Marketing

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