David Blecken
Jan 15, 2015

Burson-Marsteller names Terri-Helen Gaynor new Asia CEO

She joins from Reputation, an Australian consultancy

Burson-Marsteller names Terri-Helen Gaynor new Asia CEO
Burson-Marsteller has appointed Terri-Helen Gaynor as its Asia-Pacific CEO, replacing Patrick Ford, who has led the network as regional chairman since October 2012.
Gaynor will be based in Hong Kong and report to worldwide chair and CEO Donald A Baer. She has spent the past 12 years as managing director and founding partner of Reputation, an Australian consultancy.
Ford will continue to serve in his separate roles as worldwide vice chair and chief client officer, and as regional chair during the transition period.
Her areas of specialisation include corporate communications, government relations and investor relations. Former clients include Nike, IBM, Bupa, Manulife, Jardine Matheson, Deutsche Bank, Marriott International, Qantas, KPMG and Optus.
In a statement, Baer described Gaynor as "an extraordinary communications professional who brings strong entrepreneurial drive".
Gaynor began her career in the Commonwealth Government, where she spent a decade working on policy development, communications and training for government agencies across Australia.
(This article first appeared on PRWeek.com)
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