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Virgo Health adds to senior team

New and returning faces boost the agency’s offering
Virgo Health recruits

Hannah O'Neill, Victoria Bramham and Jennifer White

The healthcare communications agency Virgo Health has announced several new senior appointments.

Victoria Bramham joins as a director, Jennifer White joins as an associate director, and director Hannah O'Neill returns from maternity leave.

Bramham joins from Say Communications where she was associate director. She only joined Say last July after moving from Chandler Chicco Agency, where she spearheaded campaigns on a global, EU and national level, leading a number of high-profile public education and disease awareness projects. Her new role will see Bramham lead several pieces of UK and international ethical PR business.

Formerly with Weber Shandwick, White brings experience in public relations, medical education and clinical trials recruitment and retention. O'Neill will head up a number of the agency's leading disease awareness, corporate and internal communications accounts.

“As the face of healthcare communications evolves, it is important we have a diverse and experienced team,” said Virgo Health business unit director Ondine Whittington.

Also new to the team is Philippa Simons, who joins following participation in Virgo's internship programme.

These latest additions bring staff numbers at the agency's Richmond office to 65.

6th May 2014

From: Marketing

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