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Appointment Release

Friday 11 June 2004

Appointment Release

Network PR is pleased to announce the appointment of two new staff members to join its successful team.

Sam Buckle has been appointed as Senior Account Manager. He has extensive social, economic, and regulatory policy experience across a range of government agencies. Sam was most recently employed as a senior policy analyst at the Ministry of Economic Development, but has also worked for the Ministry of Health, Ministry of Transport, and the UK Prison Service.

He has extensive experience in managing both Ministerial and agency risks though consultation, liaison with stakeholders, media management, and communication strategies. Sam brings with him strengths in strategic thinking and problem solving, as well as a familiarity with government institutions and processes, the nature of government agency relationships, and the complex political environment in which government agencies operate.

Network PR also welcomes Alistair Brook as Account Executive. He specialises in media liaison, stakeholder communications, and project management. He is a recent graduate of Otago University with a BCom majoring in Marketing Management.

Executive Director Geoff Henley says, “It’s great to have both Sam and Alistair on board as they specialise in such different areas. Their appointments mean we can now offer a wider range of services to our clients.”

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