Hager Sharp in D.C. announced the appointment of Trish Taylor, PhD, as executive vice president to lead its health practice. Taylor comes from Fenton, where she was the managing director of the firm’s D.C. office. Prior to Fenton, she was a senior vice president at Ogilvy Public Relations.

WHITE64, based in Tysons, Va, announced that Alicia Gehring has been named vice president, media strategy. In making the announcement, WHITE64 Chairman-CEO Matt White  noted that Gehring previously worked for the agency as a senior media planner in the early 2000’s.  “She’s what I call a boomerang employee, and we’re very fortunate that she’s decided to bring her extensive skills and professionalism back to us to lead our media department, which has become an increasingly integral part of our agency over the past several years.” Prior to returning to WHITE64, Gehring worked as media director at Kinsella Media in D.C.  Gehring replaces Jacqui Hannigan, who left the agency in April.

PCI in Alexandria announced that the company has brought on Jeb Brown as senior partner of corporate development and promoted Max Entman to director of account services.


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