Nutrition Expert Finn Joins Fleishman-Hllard
Charting the future of public relations
Holmes Report
CEO

Nutrition Expert Finn Joins Fleishman-Hllard

Fleishman-Hillard has named Susan Finn, a registered dietician and former president of the American Dietetic Association, as a senior consultant.

Paul Holmes

ST. LOUIS—Fleishman-Hillard has named Susan Finn, a registered dietician and former president of the American Dietetic Association, as a senior consultant.

“Beyond her impressive skills and credentials in nutrition and dietetics, Dr. Finn is an energetic, bright, and enthusiastic professional with strong business judgment and insight.  She will be able to address the increasingly important issues concerning obesity and healthful dieting,” says John Graham, chairman and chief executive officer.  “She will provide high-level counsel and make contributions across a wide range of business opportunities, from healthcare to public affairs to consumer marketing.”

Finn is co-author of two books, The Real Life Nutrition Book: Making the Right Food Choices Without Changing Your Lifestyle and “The American Dietetic Association’s Guide to Women’s Nutrition for Healthy Living. Before joining Fleishman-Hillard, she was employed since 1974 by Ross Products, a division of Abbott Laboratories, as director of the company’s nutrition and communications department, responsible for developing nutrition and education programs for dietitians, nurses, physicians, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. 

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Fleishman-Hillard has hired two new staff in its financial communications group: senior vice president Mary O’Connor LoJacono and vice president Heather Beldon Rosenker.

LoJacono has 14 years of experience as an internal communications specialist and was previously a senior principal in the Baltimore/Washington communication practice of Mercer HR Consulting. Rosenker is the former Transportation Security Administration assistant director of communication and public affairs.

View Style:

Load 3 More
comments powered by Disqus