With a talent for capturing unique voices and synthesizing complex material into relatable content, Patrice Wilding offers an extensive background in journalism as well as health care writing to meet the needs of agency clients. A lifelong love for storytelling, coupled with her experience in health care marketing, allows Wilding to effectively engage and connect diverse health care audiences and stakeholders.
Before joining Lovell, Wilding served as the marketing and communications content manager for The Wright Center, the nation's largest graduate medical education and safety-net primary care consortium. While in that role, she enhanced the organization’s recognition by producing exclusive branded content, including bimonthly published health columns and several televised specials. Wilding’s work helped usher the organization to the forefront of thought leadership and advocacy with local, state and federal decisionmakers and news outlets.
A journalist by training, Wilding collected numerous awards over nearly 14 years as a reporter and copy editor for Times-Shamrock Communications, including at its Pulitzer Prize-winning daily newspaper, The Times-Tribune. She was named Journalist of the Year by the Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association in 2019. Wilding also served as on-air talent for radio stations across numerous national markets, including Reno, Nevada, and her hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Wilding earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, where she majored in Media Arts, Communications and Political Science.
Wilding resides in Northeast Pennsylvania with her husband and son, where she is also known as an award-winning party DJ.
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