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Beehive Strategic Communication adds Luke Gillespie as Account Director 

by | Mar 15, 2019

St. Paul-based Beehive Strategic Communication has added Luke Gillespie as account director. In this role, he will manage strategic initiatives, media relations and internal communication for a portfolio of healthcare, education and financial services clients.

Gillespie joins Beehive with ten years of experience leading marketing and communications strategies in agency settings with expertise in enterprise communications, media relations campaigns and synthesizing research.

Most recently, Gillespie was responsible for leading business-to-business accounts at Kohnstamm Communications. He previously worked for Allison+Partners and FleishmanHillard with clients including Samsung and Philips Healthcare. Gillespie holds a bachelor’s degree in digital cinema and a minor in journalism from DePaul University.

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