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SenateSHJ appoints new consultant in Auckland office

12 December 2012

SenateSHJ appoints new consultant in Auckland office

SenateSHJ has appointed Dee Crooks as a consultant in its Auckland office. Dee’s career in communications spans more than 10 years and includes time spent in Auckland and London. She specialises in media relations, issues management and internal communications.

Dee joined SenateSHJ from HSBC Bank New Zealand where she managed the internal and external communications programmes and also the Bank’s corporate sustainability agenda. In addition, Dee has worked for the Bank of New Zealand, Grant Thornton (London) and BDO (London).

Prior to this, Dee was the company spokesperson for the British Retail Consortium and was an Account Manager at another PR consultancy. Dee has a Bachelor of Communications, Majoring in Public Relations and Communication Management from the Auckland University of Technology.

Kim Palsenbarg, Partner, at SenateSHJ says: “We are delighted to welcome someone of Dee’s calibre to the team. We wish her all the best in her new role and are looking forward to introducing her to our clients.”

SenateSHJ is one of New Zealand’s leading communication consultancies with offices in Wellington, Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne, and consultancy partners in the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East and the United States.

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