College Hill corporate head Chris Woodcock departs

College Hill corporate head Chris Woodcock has left the agency, five years after selling her comms practice to the group.

Leaving College Hill: Chris Woodcock
Leaving College Hill: Chris Woodcock

Woodcock, who sold Razor to the agency in early 2008, left at the start of this month.

Her departure follows a gradual stepping back from the day-to-day running of the corporate team, which is now being handled by Tim Fallon.

She told PRWeek: ‘I am leaving to take a career break, along with my husband who is doing the same thing.

‘My years with College Hill have been rewarding, especially because they have allowed our practice, and its talented team, to develop and for us to build trust with clients beyond the immediate scope of corporate and crisis briefs by working with our colleagues in other parts of the group.’

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