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Golin appoints healthcare director

Shani Shaker to oversee the expansion of the London practice

Golin Shani ShakerGolin has appointed Shani Shaker as director of its London healthcare practice.

Shaker joins the public relations and digital-focused agency from Salt Communications, where she was an associate director for the Unilever brands portfolio.

Prior to this, Shaker served as a senior consultant for several communications agencies, including Kaizo, Fleishman-Hillard, Clarion Communications, Fox Communications, Grayling and Talk PR.

She also brings experience as an associate director from Porter Novelli and Edelman, where she led a number of consumer health and beauty campaigns.

As healthcare director at Golin, Shaker will be responsible for the growing its consumer health portfolio and the overall expansion of the team.

Siân Boisseau, executive director of health at Golin, said: “We have such ambitious plans and great momentum for health in 2017 so Shani's credentials and passion for consumer healthcare are the perfect match.

“Her arrival will take the creative bravery of our client work to another level. 2017 will be quite a year!”

31st January 2017

From: Marketing

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