People moving 6/10/10 – Press relations

Good Relations has hired Steve Marinker from Citigate Dew Rogerson as a director working in creative, strategic and business development role. (Source: PRWeek)

Alistair Scott has moved from PZ Cussons to become head of PR for House of Fraser. (Source: PRWeek)

Taxpayers’ alliance co-founder and CEO Matthew Elliott will take a sabbatical from his day job to spearhead the ‘No’ campaign against the Alternative Vote. Chairing the ‘Yes’ movement for electoral reform will be Pam Giddy, a longstanding campaigner for reform in Westminster. (Source: PRWeek)

Amanda McLean has left her position as CEO of Prostate UK to take up the same role at the Institute of Fundraising. (Source: PRWeek)

M&G Investments has hired Iman Asante as UK PR manager, handling comms for its retail business. She was previously media relations and PR manager at NS&I. (Source: PRWeek)

Former Mandate chairman Jane Howard has joined Quantum Public Relations as a non-executive director. (Source: PRWeek)

Freshwater UK, the regional-specialist PR and comms consultancy, has appointed Heather Davies as senior digital media manager. (Source: PRWeek)

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children has appointed BT retail director comms Alison Jeremy. (Source: PRWeek)

Former Mandate chairman Jane Howard has joined Quantum Public Relations as a non-executive director. (Source: PRWeek)

Freshwater UK, the regional-specialist PR and comms consultancy, has appointed Heather Davies as senior digital media manager. (Source: PRWeek)

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