O’Leary PR has appointed Kirrie McNab to the agency following a busy period of expansion and client wins for the Dunfermline -based agency.

Kirrie (29) joined the company on 2nd in March from NATS, the UK’s main Air Traffic Control provider.  Prior to that, Kirrie handled PR for a number of leading UK artists, including those involved in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Kirrie brings with her excellent communications skills, experience of event management and marketing campaigns from her varied roles in the arts sector.

Judith O’Leary Managing Director of O’Leary PR said, “We are delighted to welcome Kirrie to the agency.  She brings with her a fresh eye and passion for communication.  I know she will be a great asset to our already experienced professional team.”

O’Leary PR, which was set up in 2000, handles PR for Dunfermline Delivers, The Royal Highland Show, Hopetoun, Seafish and Simpsons Malt.  Recent account wins include Eat Drink Discover Scotland – a new food exhibition taking place in September – and Aberdeen Inspired.

Speaking of her appointment Kirrie said, “I am very excited to be given this opportunity to work with such an established agency and looking forward to working with the agency’s impressive line-up of clients.”

Kirrie was born and brought up in West Fife before recently moving to Limekilns.  She holds a first class honours degree in Event Management from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and has a keen interest in music and travelling.

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