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In the news: Kristin McCurry

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As director of client services at Epsilon's new Washington, D.C., office, Kristin McCurry plans to use the agency's marketing solutions provider, or MSP, model to help three new non-profit clients build lasting relationships with their constituents. The MSP approach of "think, build, manage" provides the "opportunity to tailor-make the marketing solutions," says Ms. McCurry, who will work with the Association for Retarded Citizens, Easter Seals and the Epilepsy Foundation.


Age: 30.

Education: University of Texas at Austin-bachelor's degree in journalism, public relations, 1992.

Work highlights: 1998-2000, director of direct marketing, national home office, American Cancer Society; `97-98, various posts including account supervisor, response management division, Harte-Hanks Direct Marketing, Austin; `94-97, director of annual giving, Texas division, American Cancer Society.

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