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Tonic Life Communications strengthens leadership team

Robyn Ungar joins as senior vice president

Robyn UngarGlobal healthcare PR and communications agency, Tonic Life Communications has appointed Robyn Ungar as its new senior vice president.

Ungar will be based at the agency’s US headquarters in Philadelphia, there she will take responsibility for guiding the strategic vision and management of clients, and she will collaborate closely with agency peers to expand Tonic’s capabilities, service offerings and industry recognition.

She said: “I am thrilled to be joining the team and I am eager to put my background and passion to work.

“It is evident that Tonic, and its stellar staff and clients, have established themselves when it comes to deep healthcare experience and marketing.”

Ungar has more than 15 years’ experience in healthcare public relations and her expertise lies in delivering strategic campaigns surrounding market shaping/disease awareness, FDA approvals, secondary indications, as well as conducting strategic issues management protocols for black box warnings and labelling.

Stephanie DeViteri, managing director at Tonic, said: “Robyn’s deep expertise across a multitude of disease categories and clients, coupled with her values and work ethic, makes her a strong fit for our agency, and we are privileged to have her on our team.”

4th August 2017

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