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Kenyon’s Crisis Communications Team Gets an Upgrade

In today’s 24/7 news cycle environment, organizations need solid Crisis Communications planning, training, and crisis response assistance more than ever. Consistent with our growth and the increased demand for the highest quality training and services, Kenyon has expanded our Crisis Communications team to meet the needs of our clients.

Following the recent appointment of Ben McCarthy as Head of Crisis Communications, Kenyon has boosted its crisis communications team by recruiting a number of new Kenyon Crisis Communications Associates around the world. These efforts provide a greater geographical spread with stronger linguistic abilities. The current team represents the highest number in our history, spanning the broadest global area. Our service has never been stronger.

The new associates include Bernardo Andrade in Brazil, Joanne Lee in Singapore, Eric MacInnes in the United Arab Emirates, Mark Lyons in the United Kingdom, and Madonna Walsh and Camilla Carr in the United States. The new members of Kenyon’s Crisis Communications team have a range of experiences both in corporate communications and journalism, specifically in network TV news.

The new additions to the team join current associates Tom Christides, Kevin Johnston, Nathalie Lopes and Donald Steel. Daniel Baird, also based in the United Kingdom, works closely with the team of associates to plan and implement Kenyon’s consultancy and training programs around the globe.

More details about the team, their skills and their experience can be found on the Kenyon website. For information regarding Kenyon’s consultancy or training programs, please contact