January 3, 2017 - NEW YORK: Health communications agency Kyne has promoted Amanda Mulally and Michael Grela to SVPs. Both Mulally and Grela were previously VPs at the agency. In their new positions, they will take on executive leadership roles for the clients they work with. Mulally will also continue her work on internal staff development and Grela will continue to work on marketing efforts for the agency and business operations in the New York office. Mulally is based in New York and will report to Wendy Woods-Williams, EVP and general manager of
December 22, 2016 - NEW YORK, December 22, 2016 – KYNE, a health communications consultancy, today announced the promotion of Amanda Mulally and Michael Grela to senior vice presidents of the agency. The appointments reflect the long-term commitment and success of both individuals to effectively serve KYNE’s clients, manage teams, and help drive the ongoing growth of the firm. “I’m so excited to be promoting leaders that I know will continue to contribute to the overall success of KYNE,” said David Kyne, founder and CEO of KYNE. “Amanda’s loyalty over six years and her relentless
January 27, 2016 - NEW YORK, January 27, 2016 – KYNE, an award-winning health communications consultancy, has promoted Kelli Raymor to senior vice president and appointed Amy Burstyn to vice president; both team members are based in the New York City (NYC) office. In addition, KYNE recently hired Jonathan Kay as senior manager in the Los Angeles office and promoted NYC-based Arianna De Lorenzi to senior manager. In Europe, KYNE will be working with independent Africa strategist, Krystle Lai, to work on the growing number of programs in the region, and will be liaising with
July 31, 2015 - On July 21, David Kyne, CEO & Founder of KYNE, took part in a live Q&A with The Guardian’s Global Development Professional Network to discuss the influence of private sector money in radically transforming development. The discussion followed the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa, which placed importance on public-private partnerships and private finances to achieve sustainable development on a global scale. Participants in the Q&A with David included representatives from ONE, Gavi, the US Department of State, MasterCard and many more. David engaged with the panelists, the moderator,...
July 14, 2015 - David Kyne, Founder and CEO at KYNE, writes a guest blog for International Inspiration (IN) about using sport as a vehicle to deliver health messaging, building on two unique and high-profile campaigns in Africa, both of which have provided key learnings on how sport can influence messaging and partnerships. The blog follows the Sport for Development: A Catalyst for Change’ conference, held at Wilton Park in June this year. Through my work in managing the United Against Malaria (UAM), and more recently, the Africa United (AU) campaign against Ebola,