People moving – press relations 28/7/10

Adrian Thomas has been appointed head of PR at the British Red Cross. He joins from his position as senior manager for media relations at the Met Office. (Source: PR Week)

The man behind PR blog ‘The World’s Leading’, Mark Pinsent, has signed on at Shine Communications as head of social media. (Source: PR Week)

Portland Communications has made a double hiring, picking up former TaxPayer’s Alliance campaign director Mark Wallace and David Cameron’s regional head of press Idil Oyman. (Source: PR Week)

Kim Hoang has moved to Weber Shandwick as leader for the European digital practice. She has previously been head of digital at McCann Erickson. (Source: PR Week)

Mark Davies, former special advisor to Jack Straw, has been named comms chief at the mental illness charity Rethink. (Source: PR Week)

Eloise Garrett and Sarah Giangregorio have teamed up to create a new b2b agency, The Right Agency. (Source: PR Week)

Chandler Chicco Companies has recruited Sam Walmsley to the newly created role of Euopean head of social media. She joins from Profero London. (Source: PR Week)

Michael Magan, former senior White House aide, has joined Media Intelligence Partners. He will work on developing consultancy services for US and UK corporates. (Source: PR Week)

Jonathan Williams has launched Salient Public Affairs. Before this, Williams spent two years as an associate director at Political Intelligene. (Source: PR Week)

The Royal British Legion has appointed Ian Palmer as a public affairs officer. He joins from the Chartered Management Institute. (Source: PR Week)

Henry Parker has joined Gatwick Aiport as a public affairs manager. He was previously at UK technology trade association Intellect. (Source: PR Week)

Clare Woodcraft has been appointed as deputy director in the UK branch of Shell Foundation. She will be responsible for comms. (Source: PR Week)

Dominic Collier has joined financial PR shop the HeadLand Consultancy as a director and chairman of the board. (Source: PR Week)

The Central Office of Information has announced that Simon Marquis will replace the retired Marilyn Baxter as non-executive board director. (Source: PR Week)

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