Glick joins Ruder Finn to be its new EVP of healthcare

WASHINGTON: Nancy Glick has joined Ruder Finn's DC office as EVP of

the healthcare practice.



Glick worked for nearly two decades at Hill & Knowlton, where she served

as a lead member of its healthcare practice. She joins former colleague

Kenneth Rabin, who joined Ruder Finn in January as EVP and senior

counsel of the global healthcare practice. Rabin and Glick worked

together during the '80s and early '90s, before he left to oversee

Burson-Marsteller's global healthcare practice.



"The two have a very complementary, collaborative relationship," said

Craig Martin, managing director of Ruder Finn's DC office. "Their

experience in the healthcare arena is phenomenal, tremendous."



Glick will provide strategic counsel for the firm. Her focus will be in

patient advocacy. As a survivor of lymphoma, Glick brings a personal

perspective to the area of cancer communications and public

advocacy.



"Part of what attracted me to the job was the fact that I'll be able to

devote more time and attention to my new passion, which is

cancer-patient advocacy," said Glick. "I've just gotten a clean bill of

health from my doctor, and I am as healthy as a horse. I've got the

focus, I've got the energy, and I feel better than I have in years."



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