PUBLIC SECTOR: Deaf charity creates two media positions

The Royal National Institute for Deaf People’s communications director, Joe Saxton, is to boost the media relations and campaigns departments at the charity as part of a wider revamp of its communications strategy and a move towards proactive campaigning. He has created two senior media relations positions: media relations head David Barker will oversee an enlarged department of seven, and be in charge of promoting the charity’s national services in tandem with the fundraising department; campaigns director Phyliss Campbell-McRae will see the campaigns team grow by two to four and co-ordinate media relations in the charity’s regional offices.

The Royal National Institute for Deaf People’s communications

director, Joe Saxton, is to boost the media relations and campaigns

departments at the charity as part of a wider revamp of its

communications strategy and a move towards proactive campaigning. He has

created two senior media relations positions: media relations head David

Barker will oversee an enlarged department of seven, and be in charge of

promoting the charity’s national services in tandem with the fundraising

department; campaigns director Phyliss Campbell-McRae will see the

campaigns team grow by two to four and co-ordinate media relations in

the charity’s regional offices.



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