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A fast-growing client services team at emotive.

emotive. expands their client services team with a number of new hires.

Following a successful first half of 2017 with continued work for existing clients and new business wins, emotive. have boosted their client services team, with a number of highly talented hires.

Joining as Senior Account Director, Andy Parry has 9 years’ experience in healthcare communications. Starting his career in Medical Education and then moving into healthcare advertising, Andy has worked on large global brands in CNS, infectious diseases, respiratory and rare diseases. Alongside his role at emotive. Andy is currently studying for a Master’s in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Fay Lepley joins as an Account Executive, having studied Psychology at the University of Birmingham. Fay has previous experience working in PR and healthcare communications across a number of therapy areas, including cardiovascular, diabetes and HIV.

Also with experience in PR and healthcare communications, Oliver Morrissey joins emotive. as a Senior Account Executive. With a Biomedical Science degree, Oliver previously worked across a number of therapy areas including immuno-oncology, CVD, medical devices and urology, as well as consumer-facing brands.

Completing the new team line-up, Sabrina Mohamed has been appointed as an Account Executive. Also with a Biomedical Science degree, Sabrina worked in healthcare public relations, specifically on measurement and social listening in various therapy areas including diabetes & CNS.

Client Services Director, Lizzie Nayman commented “We are delighted to welcome Andy, Fay, Oliver & Sabrina to the emotive. family, where we have no doubt they will help us continue to provide the very highest levels of service to both our new and existing clients.”

To learn more about our talent and graduate programs, or to find out how we stimulate the true engagement that drives behaviour change with our unique emotive. lab methodology, please email Adela Zafar ( or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.

25th July 2017



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