She was previously chief account officer at the agency, which was bought by Weber Shandwick last month.
The state's Board of Education is searching for an agency to work on a multifaceted outreach program.
The Health Department recommended pregnant women, or women who are planning to become pregnant, consider delaying travel to affected regions.
The Ketchum veteran joined the nonprofit healthcare system in mid-2014.
The World Health Organization declared an international public health emergency on Monday.
FitzPatrick is departing the company as it evaluates its 150 agency partnerships.
She most recently worked at Twist Mktg for five years.
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Nashville-based ReviveHealth posted $8.7 million in revenue in 2014.
The company's weight-loss messages have roiled critics on both sides of the Atlantic, who have accused the company of body-shaming.
Though the international nonprofit's core mission will remain the same, it is planning to refresh its brand.
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The firm began working with the pharma company before the outrage over its drug pricing, but has more recently supported the client after former CEO Martin Shkreli was arrested.
The deal has also been criticized as a tax dodge as it will allow New York-based Pfizer to move its headquarters abroad.
She stepped into a new position focused on financial and M&A comms at the end of last month.
Former MSL regional leader reemerges in head of comms role at Japan's largest pharma company, based in its Cambridge, Massachusetts facility.
Red Door Unlimited co-founder Catherine Warne, currently CEO of Health Unlimited, has left holding company Creston after 10 years at the firm.
The pharma company recently split its global innovative pharma business group into four units.
To hear politicians tell it -- especially the ones seeking President Barack Obama's job -- pharma is motivated by profit and needs to be brought to heel. The reality of the situation, inside DC and out, is just a tad more complex. Larry Dobrow takes a closer look at what might be coming down the policy pipeline.
A recent piece in The New York Times drew from a 2011 profile of Sally Susman in Medical Marketing & Media.
Concussions will be back in the media spotlight when the Will Smith film hits theaters on Christmas Day, but that doesn't mean the NFL's business model faces long-term risk.
Contrary to popular belief, Addyi is not the female Viagra. That's the message drug-maker Sprout must get across to doctors and patients in the coming weeks.
While a straight-to-the-point, fact-based approach is often effective in healthcare PR, it's not the best option for trying to convince skeptical parents that they should vaccinate their children.
During last year's massive Ebola outbreak, public health institutes were ready with a comprehensive communications plan.
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