Haines Joins Weber Shandwick in Twin Cities Healthcare Role
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Haines Joins Weber Shandwick in Twin Cities Healthcare Role

Weber Shandwick has hired Jennylee Haines as senior vice president in its healthcare practice. Haines will work to oversee and develop the agency’s growing medical device business sector.

Paul Holmes

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL—Weber Shandwick has hired Jennylee Haines as senior vice president in its healthcare practice. Haines will work to oversee and develop the agency’s growing medical device business sector. Haines has relocated to Minneapolis-St. Paul from Cincinnati and reports to executive vice president Nancy Longley.

 

Haines spent more than 15 years in the healthcare marketing and communications industry, including more than 10 years in the medical device space. She has worked with and on behalf of leading medical device manufacturers including Ethicon Endo-Surgery, J&J Medical and Gynecare (both now part of Ethicon), Guidant and Medtronic, and her experience encompasses cardiovascular, women’s health, urology, surgery and bariatrics.

 

In addition to her medical device expertise, Haines also brings experience in consumer health, patient safety communications, brand communications and numerous hospital and outpatient center public relations initiatives.

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