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Reynolds-MacKenzie makes senior appointments

Nita Ares and Jennifer Garratt join, while Monica Small is promoted

Reynolds-Mackenzie Jennifer GarrattReynolds-MacKenzie has appointed two new directors and promoted a third, as part of its growth strategy.

The move sees Nita Ares and Jennifer Garratt (pictured) join, while Monica Small takes on a new role, and the trio will join managing directors Alison Mackenzie and Eva Reynolds on the London-based PR agency's leadership team.

Nita Ares joins the company as head of UK operations with over 15 years' experience of running UK campaigns, gained from comms agencies and within the NHS.

She previously held senior positions at Ketchum, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and Biosector 2. Most recently she was working as a freelance healthcare public relations consultant. 

Meanwhile, Jennifer Garratt, who has over 12 years' experience of PR and medical education, has been recruited to lead the international side of Reynolds-MacKenzie's business.

Most recently Garratt led the healthcare team at Burson-Marsteller, where she oversaw the agency's global and pan-European accounts. 

Finally, Monica Small (née Shuman) has been promoted to director level, following six years with the agency. Small will provide strategic counsel to both international and UK clients. 

“The new look leadership team at Reynolds-MacKenzie comprises some of the most talented and committed people in our business,” said Reynolds. 

"We are confident that having this new team in place will not only help us optimise our excellent client service, which no doubt draws our clients to Reynolds-MacKenzie, but also ensure we keep growing our client base and continue to succeed long-term.”

20th August 2012

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