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Alex Ledger becomes Decideum Health’s deputy managing director

Mia Ayres, Kate Young and Katie Agius also join the consultancy

Decideum Health Alex LedgerLondon-based market access and policy consultancy Decideum Health has strengthened its team with four new appointments.

Alex Ledger (pictured right) becomes deputy managing director of Decideum, having served as a senior director with the consultancy for eight years.

As part of the senior management team, Ledger will focus on building the firm's UK and EU client base as a market access specialist for biopharma and medical device companies.

Previously, Ledger has worked with Actelion as a market access manager and with GlaxoSmithKline as director of its UK external relations.

Meanwhile, Mia Ayres joins Decideum as an associate consultant having worked with the Scottish government for the last 10 years.

Most recently, Ayres served as a policy advisor in the first minister's policy and delivery unit, and previously worked as private secretary to the first minister from 2014 to 2016.

Kate Young and Katie Agius have also been appointed at Decideum, becoming junior consultants in its research team.

Young moves to the consultancy from Berlin-based start-up Wayfair, where she served as a quality assurance analyst, having previously graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in biochemistry.

Agius joins from Pamela Steel Associates, a health and humanitarian supply chain consultancy, where she served as a research and consultancy officer specialising in global health policy.

Berkeley Greenwood, founder and managing director of Decideum, said: “We believe passionately that Decideum's ongoing successes stem from the quality and commitment of its team.

“Bringing Alex into the senior management team, alongside a series of major new hires, positions Decideum perfectly to continue to deliver the high quality service that our clients rightly expect.”

26th October 2016

From: Marketing

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