GK Strategy appoints three associate directors

GK Strategy appoints three associate directors

Strategic comms consultancy GK Strategy has appointed Christine Quigley, Rebecca Lury and Martin Summers as associate directors.

The trio will help drive the consultancy’s plans to strengthen its transport, infrastructure and financial services capabilities, as well as bolstering its health team. All three will form part of GK Strategy’s senior team and report to Emily Wallace, chief executive of public affairs.

Quigley joins from Keolis UK and specialises in transport and infrastructure policy. Lury was previously at Mastercard company Vocalink and brings significant financial services and health and social care experience to GK. Summers joins after stints working on public affairs, reputation and sustainability issues at BP, Bladonmore and British American Tobacco.

Wallace said: “We’re really pleased to welcome Christine, Martin and Rebecca to GK. They all bring significant in-house and agency experience as well as strong sector knowledge in financial services, transport and infrastructure, health, energy and FMCG.

“They share our collective desire to build a more innovative offering to the marketplace that uses data and intelligence to inform everything from strategy development and issue campaigns to advisory services on sustainability issues.”

  • Pictured (l-r): Christine Quigley, Emily Wallace, Rebecca Lury, Martin Summers
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