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Grayling EU Public Affairs continues to expand its team

Grayling has announced the appointment of three new team members in its EU Public Affairs Team in Brussels: Hannah Thominet, Dorottya Meszner and Ruth Artiles Valero.

Hannah joins Grayling with a background in the non-profit and government sectors, having worked pre-Brexit for the UK Permanent Representation to the EU. At Public Libraries 2030, she helped the sector re-ignite a European spirit of collaboration and profile its role to promote a democratic, socially engaged and digitally inclusive Europe. At Grayling, she will build on this advocacy expertise to help clients push their own goals around issues as diverse as health prevention, self-care, climate, and sustainable development.

Grayling Brussels is also onboarding two additional recruits from the EU institutions: Dorottya Meszner, joining from the European Parliament’s Communications DG, successfully converted her internship into a permanent position; and Ruth Artiles Valero joining from a Blue Book position in the Taxation and Customs Union DG of the European Commission.

Russell Patten, CEO of Grayling in Belgium, said: “We are delighted to welcome Hannah, Dorottya and Ruth, our new British, Hungarian and Spanish colleagues to our EU Public Affairs Team. Their combined insider experience across the three EU institutions and knowledge of how to navigate the EU landscape will add great value to the client accounts they will be supporting across our health, consumer, trade and energy practices.”

Hannah Thominet added: “It is an exciting moment to join the Grayling Brussels team at a time of fast expansion. I am looking forward to working across such a diverse range of exciting clients and with a group of young, multinational, talented Public Affairs professionals.”


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Hannah Thominet, Dorottya Meszner and Ruth Artiles Valero are the latest additions to Grayling’s PA team in Brussels.