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Posts Tagged ‘Meghan Gross’

Roll Call: Taylor, IABC, MSLGroup, and More

Katina Scott has been appointed VP, brand planning director of  the marcomms and branding firm Taylor. Scott will work with P&G, Novartis, and she’ll work with fellow VP, brand planning director Michelle Leo on brand planning across Taylor’s offices. Scott has previously worked with a number of companies including Euro RSCG and Kaplan Thaler Group.

Julie Freeman is stepping down as president of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) after a decade filling the role. The organization is searching for a replacement and aims to have a selection by year’s end. [via Ragan.com]

MSLGroup‘s Boston office has a new MD. Meghan Gross has been charged with building the firm’s business in the New England region. She was previously the director of comms for the law firm Foley Hoag LLP. She replaces Ed Cafasso. [via PRWeek]

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Roll Call: QGA, Capitol Media, Business Wire, MSLGroup, Reader’s Digest, and The Halo Group

Adam Belmar, former deputy comms director for President George W. Bush and former senior producer of This Week with George Stephanopoulos and Good Morning America, has joined Quinn Gillespie & Associates as director. In this role, he will serve in a leadership position at Quinn Gillespie Communications, a division of QGA. Previously, he was VP for comms at R&R Partners.

Brad Chase has been appointed partner at Capitol Media Partners, a public affairs firm. Chase and founding partner Richard Grenell (who was the longest serving U.S. spokesperson in U.N. history) will lead new business efforts. Previously, Chase was director of comms for DaVita Inc.

Business Wire has appointed Tom Mulgrew as VP of agency relations. Mulgrew has been with the company since 1985, opening the Nashville office and three offices in Texas. He also scaled Mount Kilimanjaro during a hiatus in 2008. (Wow!)

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