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WA Health appoints two new account directors

Stan Jackson and Peter Wasson join following several agency client wins

Specialist healthcare arm of WA Communications, WA Health, has appointed two account directors to further strengthen its growing health practice.

The new hires come off the back of several ‘high-profile’ client wins for the agency coupled with ‘exceptional’ growth in 2017.

Stan Jackson joins the agency as a director and was previously serving Huntsworth Health supporting pharmaceutical clients on public affairs and public relations strategies.

Also taking up a director role is Peter Wasson, who joins from the Royal College of Physician where he headed its policy campaigns team.

Jenny Ousbey, head of health, WA Health, said: “I am absolutely delighted to welcome Stan and Peter to our growing team at WA Health, their experience serves to underline that we have the best strategic healthcare communications team in the business.”

31st October 2017

From: Marketing

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