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Kimberly Santiago joins Red Door Unlimited

She moves to the comms agency from ParadigmCommunications

Red Door Unlimited Kimberly SantiagoRed Door Unlimited has appointed Kimberly Santiago as a new board director.

She has almost 15 years' experience in healthcare comms and joins the Richmond, UK-based agency from Porter Novelli's sister agency Paradigm Communications.

Prior to Paradigm, where she spent four years as an account director, Santiago served at Hill & Knowlton, Edelman and Ruder Finn.

In her new role at Health Unlimited's Red Door she joins Catherine Devaney, Andrew Thomas and Matt Lowe on the agency's board.

Red Door Unlimited's managing director Catherine Devaney said: “'Kimberly brings with her a wealth of global and EU communications expertise.

“She brings a different perspective to the board, whilst sharing our company values making her a great fit for the company. We're very pleased to have her as part of our senior team.”

26th June 2015

From: Marketing

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