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GCI Health backs growth with new talent

Sherry Goldberg, Allison Schneider and Kimberly Ryan join agency

WPP's healthcare PR firm GCI Health has made several senior appointments and promotions in the US.

Sherry Goldberg and Allison Schneider join the New York office as senior vice presidents, and Kimberly Ryan as a media specialist.  

Goldberg joins from Ruder Finn, where she was a senior vice president, managing global clients across multiple disease areas. Prior to Ruder Finn, Goldberg spent six years at Porter Novelli, where she oversaw all aspects of a top five healthcare client.

Schneider also joins from a senior vice president role at Ruder Finn, where she directed global and US strategies, programming, issues management, internal communications and media relations for leading pharmaceutical brands.

Schneider earlier worked for Ogilvy Public Relations, where she spent five years leading high-level healthcare accounts and working on-site at major pharmaceutical and biotech companies.

Joining GCI Health as senior media strategist, Kimberly Ryan will provide national media relations and strategic communications counsel for all US accounts.

Robyn Leventhal and Edie DeVine have been promoted to senior vice presidents, in New York and San Francisco, respectively. DeVine will be West Coast market leader.

“GCI Health is built on a foundation of hiring the best and the brightest in the industry,” said CEO Wendy Lund.

“We are delighted to welcome new talent to serve the expanding communications needs of our clients and the growth of our agency.”

13th March 2014

From: Marketing

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