Lipman Hearne Strengthens D.C. Office
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Lipman Hearne Strengthens D.C. Office

Lipman Hearne, a marketing, communications and consulting firm focused on the nonprofit sector, has named Jim Healy as senior vice president in its public affairs practice. In addition, Lydia Pelliccia and Pete Boyle have been named vice presidents, and Shelley Goode has joined as vice president of philanthropic marketing.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—Lipman Hearne, a marketing, communications and consulting firm focused on the nonprofit sector, has named Jim Healy as senior vice president in its public affairs practice. In addition, Lydia Pelliccia and Pete Boyle have been named vice presidents, and Shelley Goode has joined as vice president of philanthropic marketing.

Healy has more than 17 years experience in corporate, government, and nonprofit communications and joins Lipman Hearne after more than 14 years with Porter Novelli, where he was account director for PBS, the Propane Education & Research Council and Volunteers of America. During his time with Porter, Healy also founded the technology and interactive marketing practices for the Washington office.

Pelliccia joins Lipman Hearne from her position as vice president at Widmeyer Communications. Boyle was most recently vice president and director of higher education solutions, also at Widmeyer. And Goode was vice president for external affairs at the National Children’s Museum.

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