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Liberation Unlimited appoints new senior account director

Hayley Jayawardene joins after freelancing-in-house at Pfizer
Liberation Unlimited Hayley Jayawardene

Liberation Unlimited has further strengthened its team with the addition of Hayley Jayawardene as senior account director.

Jayawardene joins after freelancing-in-house at Pfizer and at medical education agency Real Science. Prior to this, she spent five years at Porter Novelli leading its UK Boehringer Ingelheim respiratory account.

She said: “I am excited to be part of the fantastic team at Liberation Unlimited and part of an agency that is rapidly going from strength-to-strength.”

At Liberation Unlimited, Hayley will work on high-profile medical education and PR programmes focusing on respiratory, ophthalmology and corporate communications.

Kim Lemon, head of Liberation Unlimited, said: “We are delighted to welcome Hayley to our team. She brings with her significant industry and therapy area experience, and expertise which will enhance our offering at Liberation Unlimited.”

2nd October 2015

From: Marketing

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