Friday 21st January 2011
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Former National Party president Michelle Boag is joining advertising agency Ogilvy NZ as an executive director.
Boag was a senior consultant with Momentum Group, which bought her company PR People in 2008.
Her 30-year career included working in Parliament for three National Party leaders, a term as president of the National Party, managing public relations consultancies in Auckland and Wellington, and senior management positions in large private sector companies.
Ogilvy managing director Greg Partington said Boag would concentrate on business development and provide support to the Oglivy's public relations strategic partner, Bullet PR.
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