NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 4, 2021) – Health care strategic communications firm Lovell Communications has hired two new marketing and communications professionals and promoted two team members to help support the firm’s growing roster of health care clients across the country.
Sophie Moore has also joined Lovell as a senior account supervisor, bringing more than 15 years of public relations and communications experience supporting government agencies, nonprofit organizations, industry associations and publicly traded corporations across the health care industry. Prior to joining Lovell, Moore was director of community outreach and health care partnerships at the Chattanooga Area Food Bank where she led strategic communications and worked with health care systems to develop new channels of food distribution for people facing hunger. She has also held positions with Community Health Systems and the Nashville Health Care Council.
In addition, Natalie Simpson joined Lovell as an assistant account executive. Simpson supports Lovell clients in the areas of social media engagement and management, media relations, KPI monitoring, content develop and research.
Lovell is very pleased to have promoted Erin George to vice president and Laura Elkins to account supervisor. George, a former journalist who has been with the firm for nine years, joins Lovell’s leadership team as vice president and head of the firm’s Thought Leadership Practice, managing the firm’s efforts with health care industry news outlets and top tier business media. In her new role, Elkins assumes expanded account management responsibilities and oversees internal teams in the areas of health care content creation, community awareness and patient engagement.
“Though the health care industry has long maintained a steady pace of change, the realities of the last year have accelerated that pace in ways both exciting and challenging,” said Rosemary Plorin, president and CEO of Lovell Communications. “We are honored to serve as trusted counsel to help our clients navigate this ever-changing landscape and we are proud to welcome and promote these talented professionals on our team.”
About Lovell Communications: For more than 30 years Lovell Communications has served as strategic counsel and trusted partner to health care providers and suppliers across the country. Publicly traded companies, not-for-profit systems, early stage and mature companies draw upon the firm’s vast communications expertise to support them through phases – or just moments – when it’s crucial to persuade audiences or influence decision makers. Learn more about the firm at Lovell.com or on Twitter, Facebook or the company blog.
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