Hill+Knowlton Strategies names Brenna Terry global chair of healthcare, effective September 19. Terry was most recently senior director of enterprise engagement and communication at Janssen North America, which is part of Johnson & Johnson. She previously held the same post at J&J, and has also worked at Ogilvy, Syneos Health Communications and Porter Novelli. In her new position, she will be responsible for the vision, strategy, client relationships and development of H+K's healthcare business. "She deeply understands the scientific, regulatory, and commercial dynamics across the industry; she is a respected agency veteran; and she brings substantial client-side experience," said H+K Strategies global chairman and CEO AnnaMaria DeSalva.
Charge Enterprises, which provides charging infrastructure for communications and electric vehicles, names Jeffrey Kuhlman CCO, with responsibility for handling public relations, corporate communications and marketing. Kuhlman comes to the company from Bentley Motors, where he served as chief communications and marketing officer. He was previously vice president, communications at Nissan and CCO at Audi of America. "Jeff Kuhlman's distinguished expertise with premier global automotive companies and technology will align with our foundation of delivering the highest level of integrity and exceptional quality service to our customer base," said Charge Enterprises founder, chairman and CEO Andrew Fox.
11:11 Media, a company founded by Paris Hilton and entertainment veteran Bruce Gersh, hires Krystal Hauserman CMO, a newly created role. Hauserman was most recently global head of marketing at gaming company Evil Geniuses. She has also held senior marketing and communications posts at WarnerMedia and Fullscreen. At 11:11, Hauserman will be responsible for building the company's marketing and creative team from the ground up.