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New faces at Red Door

Suzanne Walsh, Georgina Grant and Abigail Thomson appointed senior account managers at comms firm

Suzanne Walsh, Georgian Grant and Abigail Thomson Richmond-based communications agency Red Door Communications has appointed three new senior account managers to its consultancy team.

Suzanne Walsh joins Red Door Communications from Publicis Life Brands Resolute, where she looked after Johnson & Johnson's pharmaceutical division for Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific programmes.

Georgina Grant joins from Portcullis Public Affairs, where she ran the healthcare practice, developing and delivering government affairs campaigns for healthcare clients and running a small, specialist healthcare team. Grant spent a six month sabbatical at Gilead Sciences, working with their HIV unit.

The third new senior account manager, Abigail Thomson, joined Red Door Communications in August 2012, and has been promoted.

“Our new senior account managers bring with them a strong public affairs capability as well as a tenacity to produce top quality communications programmes. We look forward to seeing all three flourish,” said managing director Catherine Devaney.

The appointments are due to organic growth and the trio are working across both domestic and international accounts, Red Door Communications told PMLiVE.

10th October 2013

From: Marketing

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