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inVentiv adds Joanne Wunder to leadership team

Joins PR unit Biosector 2
Jo-Wunder inventiv

The life science services company inVentiv Health has named Joanne Wunder as European client development lead at its Biosector 2 unit.

Wunder brings more than 20 years of experience in healthcare communications to Biosector 2, which is focused on healthcare PR.

Michel Dubery, European commercial managing director, inVentiv Health, said: “With Joanne as part of our European leadership, we believe we are not only strengthening our role as partners to our clients, but also as leaders in effective healthcare communications.”

Wunder was most recently business unit head at Ogilvy HealthPR. She previously held senior positions in medical education and journalism.

On her appointment Wunder said: “Through our network and shared expertise we can quickly assemble the cross-disciplinary expertise, services and team needed to deliver successful solutions for our clients, when and how they need it most.”

13th November 2014

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