Staff Reporters
Sep 8, 2011

Porter Novelli boosts Melbourne operations with dual appointments

MELBOURNE - Porter Novelli has strengthened its Melbourne team with the return of two former consultants. Zoe Brown has been appointed group account director and Arj Ganeshalingam has stepped in as account manager.

Zoe Brown (left) and Arj Ganeshalingam return to Porter Novelli
Zoe Brown (left) and Arj Ganeshalingam return to Porter Novelli

Brown returns to Porter Novelli from her role as public relations manager at the National Youth Mental Health Foundation, while Ganeshalingam was part of the media and public relations team at Tennis Australia.

Ganeshalingam will be involved in digital strategy across all clients, while Brown will lead the agency‟s work for Alzheimer‟s Australia.

“I hope to bring a fresh perspective to Porter Novelli. The past year has affirmed my passion for cause-related work; a client base I look to expand using Porter Novelli's sound reputation,” Brown said.

Managing director Peter Kent is delighted to welcome the duo back to the Melbourne team. “Zoe and Arj are both passionate and creative individuals who are proven consultants and will bring a lot to our dynamic team. Their return also reaffirms the agency's standing as a stimulating and supportive workplace."

Porter Novelli's client base covers consumer, corporate and government, health and wellbeing, and not-for-profit sectors.

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