MHP Health hires Paul Naish from Novo Nordisk

MHP Health has hired Paul Naish as a director from Novo Nordisk where he spent almost five years as a senior public affairs adviser in the company’s global business division in Denmark. Prior to this he was a partner at UK strategic communication consultancy Kissmann Langford Consulting.

Other hires include Advocate senior consultant Nick Hoile as an account director. His previous roles include spells with the Bow Group and National Voices.

Anthony Houlden joins as a senior account manager from the National Autistic Society, where he was policy and parliamentary officer. He has recently been seconded to the Department of Health working on the department’s mandate to NHS England. He previously worked at Mencap.

In addition, joining the expanding global health team under John Gisborne are associate directors Tybee Kiejdan and Cristina Benson.

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