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Stephanie Marchesi joins WE Communications

Becomes president of agency’s US health business and East Coast presence
WE Communications Stephanie Marchesi

Seattle, US-based WE Communications has appointed Stephanie Marchesi as president of both its health business and Eastern region.

In this newly-created role, Marchesi will join the agency's global health leadership team with responsibility for the US health division, and will oversee its East Coast operations, which include offices in Boston and New York.

Marchesi brings nearly 30 years of communications and management experience to WE, with particular expertise in delivering creative, strategic campaigns for healthcare, consumer and technology clients.

Most recently, she served as senior partner, chief marketing officer and managing director of global client relations at FleishmanHillard, and has previous leadership experience with Cohn & Wolfe, Ketchum and MSLGroup.

Kass Sells, WE's North America president, said: “Stephanie Marchesi is a powerful addition to our already robust leadership team.

“She deeply understands our ongoing work with clients to engage key stakeholders in this rapidly evolving media ecosystem, as well as the opportunities ahead of us to use communications as a tool to improve health outcomes as technology continues to disrupt the industry.”

7th December 2016

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