FrazierHeiby Promotes, Hires New Staff
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Local public relations firm FrazierHeiby today announced the promotion of Kathleen Anthony to vice president, and expansion of its team with the additions of Chelsea Hagan and Ann Mulvany to its client services staff.
Anthony joins the firm's executive leadership team and will continue to lead clients in energy and technology as vice president. She came to FrazierHeiby in 2012 after 10 years in communications management positions at Jack in the Box Inc., and another two years at Scripps Health, each in San Diego. Anthony earned her bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University in 1995.
"It's gratifying to acknowledge Kathleen's many contributions in providing leadership to the firm and results for our clients," said Bryan Haviland, FrazierHeiby president. "And we're excited to add Chelsea and Ann's experiences and talents to our client service capabilities."
Hagan joins the firm as an assistant account executive. Prior to joining the company, she served as an intern for General Motors Corporation, the Ohio Association of County Boards of Developmental Disabilities and, most recently, for FrazierHeiby. She also participated in Ford Motor Company's College Student Ambassador Challenge and led The PRactice, The Ohio State University's student-run public relations firm. Hagan earned her bachelor's degree from Ohio State in May and was recognized by Central Ohio PRSA as Ohio State's outstanding graduate.
Mulvany becomes an account executive with the firm. She most recently served as communications manager for BalletMet, and has also held communications positions at World Learning, Battelle STEM Innovation Networks and the National Center for Adoption Law and Policy at Capital University Law School. She is a 2011 graduate of The Ohio State University.Editor's Note: Headshots for Anthony, Hagan and Mulvany can be downloaded by clicking the links below.