Nicol Nicolson
Feb 11, 2010

Hill & Knowlton appoints Catriona Booth Australasia GM

SYDNEY - Hill & Knowlton has appointed Catriona Booth (pictured), former director of international communications at Warner Bros Entertainment, to the newly created post of general manager for its Australasia corporate unit.

Hill & Knowlton appoints Catriona Booth Australasia GM
Booth will be based in Sydney and responsible for overseeing Hill & Knowlton’s corporate and financial services group, while managing core services and client relationships.

Michelle Hutton, CEO of Hill & Knowlton Australasia, said: “We are delighted to have Catriona join the team. She brings a wealth of financial and corporate communications experience to H&K along with first class managerial credentials. Her appointment underpins our strategy to develop our corporate and financial offering and provide a full service to all our existing and future clients.”

Booth is a one-time financial journalist for the Sydney Morning Herald and gained her corporate communications experience during 10 years with the Brunswick Group in the UK.

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