People News in Brief (August 18, 2008)
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People News in Brief (August 18, 2008)

Sun-Times Media Group, parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times, has named Tammy Chase director of corporate communications, plus new people at Stanton Communicatios and Zapwater.

Paul Holmes

CHICAGO—Sun-Times Media Group, parent company of the Chicago Sun-Times, has named Tammy Chase director of corporate communications, an expansion of her current role of director of investor relations for the company. Chase will continue to work closely with senior management to oversee all external communications with shareholders, media and the outside community. Her new duties will include developing and implementing all internal communications strategies for the company. Chase joined the company in 2000 as a business reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times and was named director of investor relations in 2006.

 

WASHINGTON, D.C.Stanton Communications has added healthcare communications expert Patrick Brady as a vice president in the firm’s Washington, D.C., headquarters. Brady has worked on corporate communications for major international pharmaceutical companies, national medical associations, and leading health systems. Previously, he served as executive director of Citizens for Long Term Care, a coalition of 63 national and local health care providers, advocates, insurers, workers and professionals.

 

CHICAGO—Zapwater Communications has promoted Annie Neyman from senior publicist to group director, hospitality. Neyman will continue to manage client relations and media relations within the lifestyle practice area, while developing and growing Zapwater's hospitality group. She Neyman joined Zapwater in July 2006.

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