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New senior hires and promotions at S&H

Sudler & Hennessey has announced new appointments and promotions to various senior roles across the company

Global healthcare marketing and communications company, Sudler & Hennessey (S&H), has announced the appointments of Aimee Roca as senior vice president management supervisor and Tim O'Grady as vice president account supervisor.

Additionally, the company has promoted Jessica Riebe to senior vice president at S&H's medical education division, IntraMed and Jennifer Rodriguez, to vice president, director facilities management for both the New York and New Jersey offices.

Roca has a strong understanding of the oncology market; her oncology brand experience includes Arimidex, Faslodex and Femara. She previously worked at Agency Rx.

O'Grady joins S&H from Concentric Pharma. His most recent brand experience includes Betaseron and Humira. He has over 13 years pharmaceutical marketing experience having worked on both the promotional and medical education side of the business.

31st March 2010

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