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Lucid expands both UK and US operations with new hires

Lucid bolsters their client services and facilities teams and spread their magic across the globe with new hires.

Cindy Miller joins the Lighthouse team as an Account Director in the New York office, overseeing the accounts team. “I am thrilled to be joining Lighthouse and work with a team that delivers medical education designed to change behaviour and improve patient outcomes.  I am looking forward to working with a rapidly growing team, united by a clear vision that is shared with our clients.”, commented Cindy.

Fiona Barwell joins Leading Edge as a Client Partnership Director and will be based in Macclesfield.  Fiona has strong commercial expertise, accompanied with a wealth of experience in the pharmaceutical industry.

Fiona remarked, “It’s refreshing to be part of a medical education company that actually lives and breathes everything it says it does. I’ve only been here a few weeks and already I’m seeing for myself how our strategic thinking, pioneering approach and enduring relationships have helped to achieve change. I’m excited to be working with such a passionate group of individuals to help improve patients’ lives.”

Jordan French joins the HR team as a Customer Excellence Executive and will be based in the Chiswick office, where she will oversee office facilitation. Jordan commented, “I am delighted to be joining Lucid Group. It is clear to me that everyone here is extremely passionate about what they do, and work hard to continue achieve continual success. Everyone has been a fantastic support so far and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

Denis Jetto joins Lucid Group as a Senior Account Manager and will be based in Chiswick. “Before joining, I heard good things about the diverse projects, culture, HCP engagement and the instigation of positive behavioural change in practice. I’m really excited about learning and joining such a talented team; and I’m looking forward to this new challenge and contributing to the continued success of Lucid” commented Denis.

26th July 2018


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