Hill & Knowlton makes senior appointment
13 October, 2010
Hill & Knowlton (H&K) has appointed Damaris Anderson-Supple to the newly created position of Chief Operating Officer, Hill & Knowlton UK and Executive Chair Healthcare & Wellbeing,
reporting to Richard Millar, CEO, with immediate effect.
Damaris has a distinguished track record with over 20 years sales, marketing and leadership
experience. Damaris joins H&K from her role in Schering Plough, now Merck, where most
recently, she was in a critical global marketing lead role, with responsibility for a new anesthesia product launch in 30 countries around the world and gaining country approvals across Europe, Asia-Pacific and Latin America. Prior to this she was Managing Director, Organon UK and Ireland leading an organisation of 200 with sales revenues of $200m. She has also worked in leadership roles at Bristol-Myers Squibb, following her early years in Sanofi-Aventis.
In this newly-created role, Damaris will work closely with CEO, Richard Millar and CFO, Tony
Stimpson to drive the agency forward, focusing on the delivery of the deep sector expertise and breadth of service that is H&K’s promise to clients.
Damaris said, "I am relishing the challenge this new role at H&K provides. The agency is at such an exciting stage in its growth, and the plans that are in place will afford many new opportunities. It is exciting to be part of the team shaping the future of H&K."
Richard Millar added, “I am delighted that Damaris has joined us. Her sector expertise, her global perspective and firsthand experience of the changing client agenda will bring huge value to the wider agency.” Contact
New Business & Marketing Director
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