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Judith Moore joins Portland Health

She becomes an associate director at the agency

Portland Health Judith MoorePortland Health has appointed Judith Moore as an associate director, expanding its senior leadership team.

Moore brings 15 years of healthcare media relations expertise to the strategic communications agency, having worked with global public relations agencies, organisations and universities around the world.

She moves to the London-based firm from Chandler Chicco Agency, where she served as a media strategist, and prior to this was director of Burson-Marsteller's healthcare practice.

From 2007 until 2013, Moore served as the Department of Health's public health media spokesperson, and managed a number of public health campaigns including Change4Life and Stoptober.

Dr Jane Brearley, partner and head of health at Portland Health, said: “I am delighted to welcome Judith to our senior team.

“Her media knowledge, strategic insights and her ability to create compelling stories will complement our existing client work and add real value across the wider business.”

16th June 2016

From: Marketing

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