Carrie Plitt has been appointed as a director of Felicity Bryan Associates (FBA) and will join the board, three years after she joined the company.
Plitt will join the board of Oxford-based FBA in October. Since joining the firm in 2016 from C&W, she has been named a Bookseller Rising Star and a Jerusalem International Book Forum Fellow.
Directors Felicity Bryan, Catherine Clarke and Caroline Wood announced the appointment and praised Pitt's achievements. In a statement they said: "She has energetically expanded her list of authors, which includes Reni Eddo-Lodge, the author of bestselling Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race; Will Eaves, winner of the 2019 Wellcome Book Prize; Tom Nancollas, whose Seashaken Houses was a Waterstone’s Non-fiction Book of the Month; Alex Reeve, author of Richard and Judy pick The House on Half Moon Street; Tiffany Watt-Smith; and authors of Taking up Space, Chelsea Kwakye and Ore Ogunbiyi."
FBA m.d. Clarke said: "Carrie’s dynamism, intelligence, ideas, and sense of humour have been a fantastic addition to the agency and we are all very happy she will be a key part of our future."
Plitt added: "I couldn’t be happier at FBA, and I’m thrilled to have been appointed a director at such a thriving agency, known for its high-quality books and client care. From the first day I arrived, Felicity, Catherine and Caroline have been the most welcoming colleagues, and their support along with that of our amazing team has allowed my list to grow and my authors to flourish. I’m looking forward to the next chapter."