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Beehive Strategic Communication Promotes Nicki Gibbs to Executive Vice President, Strategy 

by | Dec 19, 2017

Nicki Gibbs has been promoted to executive vice president, strategy at Beehive Strategic Communication. Gibbs will continue to lead client strategy and business development, as well as services development.

“Nicki’s keen insights, strategic vision and thoughtful leadership inspire and elevate both her team and her clients,” said Lisa Hannum, president and CEO of Beehive Strategic Communication. “Her passion, clarity and positive energy simply make everything better.”

Gibbs’ agency and industry leadership has earned her many awards and accolades. She most recently was recognized as a “Top Woman in PR” by PR News for her work with University of Minnesota Health, Christopher & Banks and 6pm.com, a Zappos company.

Gibbs joined Beehive in 2005, and most recently was senior vice president, strategy. Prior to joining Beehive, she spent nearly a decade at Weber Shandwick. Gibbs leads a client portfolio that includes health care, higher education and retail industries, and works with clients including Beaumont Health, 3M, PreferredOne and Rasmussen College.

To learn more about how Nicki Gibbs identifies key triggers and movements that translate into connections and ideas for clients, read her latest CQ Field Study on the Beehive blog.

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