All the movements in the press relations industry in the past week.
Long-standing BBC chief comms adviser Donald Steel is leaving the role after 22 years. He will continue to work for the Corporation in an advisory capacity. (Source: PR Week)
Ketchum has named Rod Cartwright as director of its global corporate practice, adding to his current role as managing director of corporate and public affairs for Ketchum Pleon London until a replacement is found. (Source: PR Week)
Adam Michael has been named as head of practice at Abchurch Communications. He joins from College Hill, where he was associate partner. (Source: PR Week)
Grayling has made Alison Clarke its CEO for UK and Ireland while Loretta Tobin takes a career break. Clarke joins from parent company Huntsworth Group, where she was business development director. (Source: PR Week)
BUPA has promoted Helen Vaughan-Jones to be head of UK and EU government affairs. (Source: PR Week)
Kreab Gavin Anderson has taken on Thomson Reuters global head of government & regulatory affairs as a senior adviser. (Source: PR Week)