ReviveHealth has named Lindsey Thompson executive VP, communications. Thompson was previously group senior VP at Marina Maher Communications, working with such clients as Johnson & Johnson and Novo Nordisk. She has also served as group VP at Makovsky Health, and has worked at both Porter Novelli and Davies Public Affairs. In her new post, Thompson will oversee integrated programming for clients and expansion of the agency’s issues/reputation management, internal communications and employee engagement programs. In addition, former Edelman senior vp Ryan Colaianni joins ReviveHealth’s Nashville office as senior VP, issues/crisis; Bjorn Gunnerud comes on as senior VP, insights; and Gale Pryor joins the firm’s Boston office as VP, content.
360 PR+ has named Victoria Renwick and Mike Rush equity partners at the firm. Both have also been promoted to executive VP. Renwick has been a senior VP at 360+ since 2008, leading the agency’s food & beverage practice with a focus on naturals, organics, family and healthy living brands. She previously worked at Mullen PR and Omincom’s FitzGerald Communications. Rush has been with 360+ since 2007, handling clients in the automotive, mobility, tech and financial services sectors. He previously worked at Weber Shandwick and Arnold Worldwide.
|Luella Chavez D'Angelo|
The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee has hired Luella Chavez D’Angelo as chief marketing and communications officer. D’Angelo joins the organization from Centura Health, where she was VP of marketing and communications, leading and implementing strategies for positioning, brand reputation management and growth impact. She has served as chief global communications officer for Western Union, and has been vice chancellor, general manager and chief operating officer of the University of Colorado, South Denver. Reporting to CEO Sarah Hirshland, Chavez D’Angelo will lead USOPC marketing and communications initiatives, including setting and stewarding the overall strategic direction for the organization and its properties.