Kirsten Mulley to succeed Les Timar at GRACosway

Clemenger Group media and issues management agency GRACosway has chosen Kirsten Mulley to succeed Les Timar as CEO, when he takes on the Clemenger Group CEO role at the turn of the year. 

Mulley is currently managing partner – public affairs, with Richard King, current managing partner – Melbourne set to take Mulley’s role.

Mulley has been with the corporate communications agency for 13 years, and has more than 20 years of experience in public policy, government relations and communications.

Kirsten Mulley

GRACosway said that she is “a trusted advisor to clients and brings a strategic mindset to her work”.

The promotion will be effective form 1 January 2022, the same day Timar takes on the role at Clemenger Group. Mulley also sits on the board of the Clemenger Group.

Clemenger Group’s CEO and executive chairman, Robert Morgan, said: ““Kirsten is a person with strong values, is highly team-oriented and relentlessly focused on clients.

“We are exceptionally proud of the way in which GRACosway has grown over recent years and look forward to this continuing under Kirsten’s leadership.”

The agency said that Geoff Elliott and Ben Wilson continue in the firm’s leadership team, with Elliot as managing partner of corporate and financial communications and Wilson as managing partner, transactions and corporate.


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