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JPA strengthens PR offering

Three new employees join the agency’s London office
JPA Rachel Parkman

JPA Health Communications has strengthened its team in response to increase client demand for specialized PR services, the agency has announced.

Rachael Parkman (pictured right) joins JPA from Atlantis Healthcare as account director, bringing more than 15 years' experience in PR and communications, and patient adherence and engagement.

Parkman will lead JPA's efforts in communications and pan-European advocacy programmes, as well as supporting the UK team more widely.

Vincent Paulger joins as account executive from the UN's World Food Programme EU Affairs office in Brussels. He will work on briefing and strategy documents, event organisation and media outreach.

Christina Hannah also joins as account executive, having completed internships in PR and the NHS. She will support the JPA team in research, writing and account support across accounts.

“Our firm is recognised for its ability to provide global PR services. However, we feel that servicing on a local level is of importance in some markets. I'm delighted to have such a strong and experienced team of colleagues here in the London office,” said senior VP Valerie Carter.

1st July 2014

From: Marketing



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