Jersey Road PR announces two new appointments to the team

8 April 2021  |  News
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Jersey Road PR is excited to announce the appointment of Jessica Martin and Rebecca Taylor to the team.

Jessica joins as the new Senior Account Director. She has an impressive PR background having worked as Associate Director at Weber Shandwick, with brands including Unilever and Ocean Spray and at Munro & Forster with companies such as Kellogg's.

Speaking on her appointment, Lynda Martin, Director of Strategy at Jersey Road PR says, “We are thoroughly delighted that Jessica has stepped into this newly created role, at this very exciting time at Jersey Road PR. Not only will she bring a wealth of PR agency experience to the team, but she has already demonstrated a real passion for what we do and shares our vision. Over the past year this vision has gained incredible momentum and we've experienced significant growth, Jessica's senior counsel across the breadth of our client base is an important step in nurturing and supporting this growth."

Alongside Jessica, Rebecca will be joining Jersey Road PR as a PR Account Manager. Rebecca has worked in media and communications in a wide range of organisations including Tearfund, Macmillan Cancer Research, English Heritage, and Shelter.

Charis Gibson, Development Director at Jersey Road PR says, “Rebecca's considerable expertise in media relations and communications for charities, particularly within the Christian sector, make her a perfect fit for Jersey Road PR’s clients, and we are looking forward to having her tell their stories through the media. We have been very impressed by her dedication, professionalism and clear thinking - it’s a real pleasure to have her on the team."

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