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Life boosts client services and creative teams

Amanda Walker, Katy Pulsford, Ryah Johnson and Faye Donohue join
Life Walker Pulsford Johnson Donohue

From left: Amanda Walker, Katy Pulsford, Ryah Johnson and Faye Donohue

Life Healthcare Communications has expanded its client services and creative teams with four new appointments.

Joining the agency's client services team, Amanda Walker and Ryah Johnson become senior account managers while Katy Pulsford has been appointed as an account manager.

Walker brings over 13 years of industry experience and expertise to the creative communications agency, while Johnson joins from Atlantis Healthcare having previously served as a brand associate for Eli Lilly.

Pulsford most recently worked as a freelance account manager for Sudler & Hennessey, and also brings experience from Lucid, Huntsworth Health and Quintiles.

Meanwhile, Faye Donohue joins Life's creative team as a senior designer, bringing nearly ten years of design experience to the agency.

She recently served as a senior designer at 21six, having been a freelance creative for a range of firms including OPEN Health and Nitrogen.

15th February 2017

From: Marketing

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