FieldHouse Associates builds senior team

Tech PR agency FieldHouse Associates has appointed Liz Alexander as director, reporting to founder and MD Cordelia Meacher.

Other recent hires include senior associate Charlie Hamilton, junior associate Gayle Tupaz and graduate associate Ellie Crocker – with another member due to join in March 2017.

Liz Alexander

Prior to joining FieldHouse Associates, Alexander was a director at Kwittken, a comms agency with offices in New York, London and Toronto, where she was responsible for B2B corporate and technology accounts including American Express, Amadeus and YOTEL. She has also worked for H&K Strategies and Catalysis Communications.

Alexander said: “My decision to move on wasn’t one I took lightly. The immense drive and passion from not only the senior team but also the more junior members at FieldHouse is, in my view, unprecedented. It’s refreshing, unique, and very exciting.”

Cordelia Meacher, MD at FieldHouse Associates, added: “As we enter our fifth year with a bang we look forward to further accelerating the agency’s growth and have big aspirations for 2017.”

Alexander will work on clients including CensorNet, CityFibre, Egress, Malwarebytes, and Stanford Graduate Business School.

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