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Liberation Unlimited promotes Danielle Smith

The UK comms agency also appoints Lizzie Mannix-Pole

Liberation Unlimited Danielle SmithLiberation Unlimited has appointed Danielle Smith as its new senior account director.

Smith (pictured right) joined the Richmond, UK-based medical communications agency from Athena Medical PR in 2010 and was promoted to account director in 2014.

She has worked on accounts across a range of clinical areas, including cardiology, oncology, ophthalmology and women's health.

Head of Liberation Unlimited Kim Lemon said: “Danielle is a key member of the Liberation Unlimited team and is viewed by her colleagues and clients as a leadership figure providing valuable advice and counsel.

“This is a very well-deserved promotion and reflects Danielle's pivotal role in the continued growth of the agency.”

Liberation Unlimited Lizzie Mannix-PoleThe agency, part of the Health Unlimited group, has also appointed recent graduate Lizzie Mannix-Pole (pictured left) as its account coordinator.

She has a BSc in Cellular and Molecular Medicine, specialising in cancer mechanisms, developmental genetics, embryonal cancers, medical virology and regenerative medicine.

Lemon said: “Lizzie's background is a perfect fit for our client portfolio and we are very excited about her contribution and development at Liberation.”

4th February 2016

From: Marketing

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