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Red Door promotes Nicky Walsby to deputy managing director

Richmond, UK-based communications consultancy also appoints Sarah Aldridge as an account director

Red Door Communications Nicky WalsbyRed Door Communications has made two senior appointments, promoting Nicky Walsby to deputy managing director and appointing Sarah Aldridge to account director.

Walsby has been with the Richmond, UK-based consultancy for almost a decade, and in her new role will stand in when required for managing director Catherine Oliver.

Oliver said: “Nicky has over the past year taken on broader responsibility than just the UK ethical business and will now formerly deputise for me. Nicky has been with RDC for nine years, she is a tenacious business woman and deserves this recognition for her increased responsibilities.”

The consultancy has also welcomed back Sarah Aldridge, who spent the last two years in her native Australia at Sydney-based healthcare communications agency Cube PR.

During her time there she led launch campaigns for hepatitis C, contraception and hereditary angioedema, and helped create a rare diseases advocacy network to encourage capacity building and information sharing.

Prior to working for Cube, Alridge spent three years at Red Door Communications where she rose to senior account manager, working on accounts that included the College of Emergency Medicine and Sanofi Pasteur MSD.

24th May 2012

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