Wilson departure triggers hunt for EHPR deputy MD

Consumer PR specialist EHPR is on the hunt for a new deputy MD following the resignation of Leigh-ann Wilson.

Wilson, who has quit after four years at the agency and is now on three months’ gardening leave, said: ‘I had four enjoyable years at EHPR and there are some great staff there. But I am young and hungry and want a new challenge.’

Elizabeth Hindmarch, foun-der and CEO of the Windsor-headquartered agency, said: ‘I think she just decided she wanted to move on.’

Wilson, who joined from a role as creative director at the former Rowland Company (now PR21), divided her time between Windsor and London, where she helped establish a five-strong EHPR office.

She joined Rowland following a nine-year spell at Attenborough Associaties.

Meanwhile, EHPR will this December handle a PR campaign for clothes brand Austin Reed. The account was previously handled by Yellow Door (PRWeek, 6 September 2002).

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