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Publicis Healthcare appoints Shannon Boyle as SVP, human resources

Boyle takes responsibility for managing human resources for Digitas Health, Publicis Life Brands Medicus and Medicus International

Publicis Healthcare Communications Group has announced the appointment of Shannon Boyle as SVP of human resources for its three divisions: Digitas Health, Publicis Life Brands Medicus and Medicus International.

She will also provide support to the Group's media division and the resource management function.

Boyle makes the move from AstraZeneca, having joined the pharma company in October 2003. She left as its head of global talent development. Her experience lies primarily in organisational development, talent management, recruiting, diversity, employee relations and performance management.

Boyle will report to Michael du Toit, president, US Life Brands Group, who joined Digitas Health in 2006.

A division of the Publicis Groupe, Publicis Healthcare Communications Group is the largest, global, health-oriented agency network.

With close to 5,000 employees, Publicis Healthcare manages 10 agency divisions through 58 offices located in 11 countries, including Saatchi & Saatchi Health, Publicis Life Brands, Digitas Health, Razorfish Healthware, Discovery, Medicus International and Publicis Touchpoint Solutions.

20th November 2012

From: Marketing



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