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Aurora expands team

New digital strategy director, account manager and finance director
Aurora Rudy Tambala

The healthcare communications agency Aurora has boosted its team with three new hires.

London-based Aurora has hired Rudy Tambala (pictured top right) as digital strategy director, Chris Hall as account manager and Katherine Diaz as finance director.

Tambala joins from Ogilvy Digital Health following roles at Virgin Group, Ministry of Sound, Being/TBWA and Grey. He joins the senior team, with a focus on customer-centric solutions.

Hall was previously with FTI where he worked in a number of therapeutic areas including diabetes, dermatology, respiratory and men's health.

He has a keen interest in the public engagement of science and medicine, specifically translating complex science and data into public and patient-friendly language. Hall will support Aurora's programme delivery for clients in the area of diabetes and respiratory.

New finance director Diaz joins Aurora from Tonic Life Communications. She will oversee all aspects of the agency's financial management.

Aurora was named 2013 communications consultancy of the year at the Communiqué Awards. Clients include Boehringer Ingelheim, Mundipharma and Novartis.

3rd June 2014

From: Marketing

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