Hill+Knowlton Strategies has announced a number of additions and promotions in both their Ottawa and Toronto office recently. In Ottawa, Jessica Turner has been hired as a Consultant, most recently worked for the Government of Canada, where she was responsible for media monitoring, developing quantitative and qualitative media summaries and event planning. She will work with the public and corporate affairs team.
Tristan Eclarin has been promoted to Senior Consultant, having joined over three years, and provides clients with strategic insight in developing meaningful ways to engage the public and stakeholders. Combined with his valuable analytical and writing skills, Tristan has proven to be a key asset for the delivery of in-person and online dialogues, particularly in working with public sector clients in a wide range of policy areas.
Stephan Telka was also promoted to Senior Consultant, and had joined H+K four years ago. During which time he has established himself as a strong team leader who delivers strategic advice, critical support and project co-ordination to online and in-person engagement projects. He has in-depth experience in community relations, working most recently on engaging stakeholders on a high-profile infrastructure project
In their Toronto office, Cathleen Finlay has been hired as a consultant who comes from City Hall, where she supported Councillor Karen Stintz. Cathleen holds a diploma in journalism and was also a producer at Canada AM.
Lauren Frisch joins as an Assistant Consultant. Most recently, Lauren worked at a lifestyle communications agency in New York City as an account co-ordinator, responsible for media relations and community management for various brands.
H+K Toronto also welcomes Dominique Dorais who transferred from the firm’s Montreal office. Dominique is a consultant with extensive customer service and communications experience. Her bilingual assets and results-driven approach to client work will continue to benefit H+K Toronto and its clients.