Jarrard promotes three

Communication firm adds two VPs

Health care communications and public affairs firm Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock announced three executive promotions Tuesday.

Lauren Fulton and Magi Curtis were promoted from senior executive advisors to vice presidents and Elizabeth Conn was promoted from client services associate to advisor.

"We're delighted to announce the promotion of three of our colleagues, each of which bring a unique perspective, drive and energy to our work," David Jarrard, president and CEO, said in a release.

Fulton, pictured on the left above, has been at Jarrard Inc. since the firm's inception. Previously, she was with the Nashville Sports Council. Curtis joined Jarrard three years ago and was formerly with the Children's Hospital Association. Conn, pictured at right, joined Jarrard as an intern before earning the client services position.

"As our firm grows more sophisticated and furthers its reach into the health care provider space, our team of seasoned communications counselors — and their experiences — allows us to expand what we can offer clients," Jarrard said. "In such unprecedented times of change and transformation, we think this is key. We couldn't be more excited about what the future holds."

Founded in 2006, Jarrard now comprises 20 people at offices who are based in Maryland Farms and Chicago. The firm has handled campaigns in 38 states.