College Hill appoints senior consultant from Burson-Marsteller

Burson-Marsteller's Carolyn Dealey has joined College Hill as a senior consultant in its business communications team.

Senior consultant: Carolyn Dealey
Senior consultant: Carolyn Dealey
She spent 7 years at BM, most recently as a director, and was included in PRWeek’s ’29 under 29’ in 2008.
 
She has worked both in London and Silicon Valley, managing a number of FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 accounts across the energy and the TMT (technology, media and telecoms) sectors.
 
She has also previously worked for Bell Pottinger.
 
Chris Woodcock, a managing partner at College Hill, commented: ‘Carolyn’s experience of delivering business communications strategies both in the UK and US coupled with her considerable digital media expertise will be a tremendous benefit to our clients.’

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