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Saatchi & Saatchi Health expands

New account director Lucy Brazier is one of six new employees to join
Saatchi Health Brazier Runge Tolan Brown Middleton

Picture from left: Lucy Brazier, Hillary Tolan, Luke Middleton, Kate Barwise, Nick Brown and Emma Runge 

Saatchi and Saatchi Health has appointed six new employees following a number of recent new business wins for the London-based agency.

These are led by new account director Lucy Brazier, who joins the London-based agency from Grey Healthcare, having previously worked at Rapp Consumer Health.

The agency's account handling team will be further supported by Emma Runge and Hilary Tolan who both join as account executives.

Meanwhile, Saatchi & Saatchi Health has boosted its creative department with the appointment of Nick Brown and Luke Middleton, who join as art director and motion graphic designer respectively. 

Raakhee Thompson, general manager of Saatchi Health, said: It's a hugely exciting time for the agency as we grow and bolster our team with more talent.

“The guys that have joined have been brilliant and are already making a big impact with our clients.”

26th July 2013

From: Marketing

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