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New faces at W2O, 90TEN and Porterhouse

Latest movers in healthcare comms

W2O

W2O, an independent provider of analytics-driven, digital-first marketing communications to thKate Hawkere healthcare industry, has strengthened its senior team with the appointments of Kate Hawker and Lucie Harper.

Kate Hawker (pictured right) has been appointed as a global practice leader at W2O. She has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare communications industry.

Hawker joins the company from Edelman, where she led the London-based health team as managing director.

Lucie HarperPrior to this, she was chair, EMEA healthcare practice at Burson-Marsteller. She has also positions at the InforMed group, Fleishman-Hillard, MediTech Media and ShireHealth PR.

Also joining W2O is Lucie Harper (pictured left)who has also been appointed as a global practice leader. Harper has over 25 years of experience in the healthcare communications industry.

She joins W2O from Weber Shandwick, where she worked as chair health, UK. In that role she led the company’s health practice for the last 15 years.

Prior to this, she held positions at Oglivy Healthworld, Burson-Marsteller and Penny Ryder Publicity.


90TEN

Healthcare communications consultancy 90TEN has appointed May Baccari (pictured right) as a Director May Baccari in its communications division.

Baccari has 18 years of experience in the healthcare communications sector, and she joins 90TEN from Galliard Healthcare Communications.

During her career, Baccari has lead high-profile global initiatives across various therapy areas including neurology, oncology and cardiology.

Prior to Galliard, Baccari worked at Ketchum, Resolute Communications and Euro RSCG Life.


Porterhouse Medical Group

Medical communications agency Porterhouse Medical Group has promoted Richard Oakham (pictured below) to the role of creative director.Richard Oakham

Since he joined the agency, Oakham has made a significant impact on its creative services team.

Prior to becoming creative director, Oakham held the role of creative services manager at Porterhouse.

In his new role, Oakham will aim to drive the growth of the creative services team, through expansion, training and development.

25th September 2019

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