Agency People News In Brief (April 2, 2012)
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Agency People News In Brief (April 2, 2012)

New people in new roles at National PR, Cheryl Andrews Marketing Communications and Raffetto Herman.

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TORONTO—National Public Relations has appointed Joanna Wilson as vice president and the lead of its healthcare communications practice in Toronto. Wilson was most recently a vice president at Edelman. She has expertise in several areas including oncology, diabetes, smoking cessation, cardiovascular disease, asthma, erectile dysfunction, influenza, osteoporosis and hepatitis C.

CORAL GABLES, FL—Cheryl Andrews Marketing Communications has promoted Claire Kunzman to vice president of client services, responsible for cultivating client relationships, leading campaign planning and providing strategic counsel for all accounts. During her tenure with CAMC, Kunzman has managed multiple accounts, including three Hyatt resorts in Florida and Elite Island Resorts, a collection of beachfront resorts in the Caribbean.

SEATTLE—Raffetto Herman Strategic Communications, with offices in Seattle and Washington, DC, has added Will Rodger as vice president and Douglas Gantenbein as senior writer. Rodger brings more than 20 years of experience in journalism, public affairs and public relations, most recently as president of his own firm and before that as head of communications at computer trade association CCIA. Gantenbein was the long-time Pacific Northwest correspondent for The Economist and has worked on corporate communications and strategy for a wide range of clients including Microsoft, Group Health Cooperative, BSquare and NBBJ.

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