Telemetry appoints Chris Terry VP of communications strategy

DETROIT–Telemetry, the integrated communications agency, today announced the appointment of Chris Terry as vice president of communications strategy. Company officials said Terry brings a wealth of experience with a 26-year career in communications and public relations, especially in the automotive industry.

“We’re excited to have Chris join Telemetry,” said the company’s CEO, Craig Daitch. “He’s a creative thinker, adept at connecting products and services with broader trends. With his extensive experience in the automotive industry, Chris’s knowledge and media skills are valuable to our clients. His expertise in strategic communication will enhance our innovative solutions and our ability to tell compelling stories on behalf of our clients. Chris is also an accomplished speechwriter, having worked for top executives in the automotive sector.”

Terry was most recently a senior creative director at Jack Morton Worldwide, where he supported the Cadillac leadership team. Previously, he worked onsite at Ford Motor Co. in product communications and as one of their C-suite speechwriters. Earlier, Terry was one of two founders of Weber Shandwick’s Global Automotive Practice and senior vice president in Birmingham, Mich.

In his new role at Telemetry, Terry will lead communications strategy, foster media relations, and drive content creation that aligns with Telemetry’s client objectives. His specialties in automotive communications, digital and traditional media integration, and content creation are expected to bring a new dimension to Telemetry’s strategic approach.

Founded in 2020, Telemetry provides content creation, content strategy, community management, and media engagement to clients in the automotive, finance, media, professional services, real estate, and technology sectors. More at www.telemetryagehcy.com

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