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People moves, account wins and other comms news.

People moves

CAMBRIDGE, MA
Fitness company Hydrow has named Gretchen Saegh-Fleming chief commercial officer. Previously, Saegh-Fleming was CMO for L’Oréal USA.

HACKENSACK, NJ
International public relations firm Steinreich Communications Group has named Kristi Delahanty director of its consumer practice group.

KANSAS CITY
Barkley has named Adam Miller to the new role of director of diversity and inclusion. Miller was previously a post secondary coach at Kauffman Scholars and director of the Green Fellowship program at Teach for America.

NEW YORK
Tech PR agency Kite Hill PR has named Jeanne Meyer chief client officer.

Hill+Knowlton Strategies has hired John Quick as an SVP in its U.S. healthcare practice.

Social change campaign company Fenton has hired Erik Olvera to the new role of chief campaigns officer and Mau Galvan to the new position of EVP creative director.

SEATTLE
Pascal Biosciences
has named Mark van der Horst VP of corporate communications.

Account wins

LOS ANGELES
Tech PR and marketing agency Red Lorry Yellow Lorry has been hired as U.S. AOR by cloud-based dubbing, subtitling, localization and media services company ZOO Digital.

LONDON
Fitness company Tone & Sculpt has hired Powerhouse Communications to lead its U.S. public relations efforts.

NEW YORK
Public relations and digital communications firm V2 Communications has been hired by enterprise software company Ardoq.

Premium carbonated mixers company Q Mixers has hired Lippe Taylor Group as its public relations and consumer engagement agency. 

Other news

NEW YORK
Wise Public Relations has rebranded itself to Wise Collective. The agency also named Sara Kamber director of social media and digital marketing. Kamber previously worked for the Miami Marlins.

NY-based Thunder11 and Paris-based communications agency JIN have formed a trans-Atlantic partnership.

ROYAL OAK, MI
Strategic communication firm Siren PR has rebranded to Siren.

SANTIAGO
Global communications and public affairs consultancy firm LLYC has purchased a 90% stake in Factor C Comunicaciones.

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