People News in Brief (November 6)
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People News in Brief (November 6)

Insmed, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of drugs for the treatment of metabolic diseases and endocrine disorders, has named Jody LoMenzo director of investor relations and corporate communications.

Paul Holmes

RICHMOND, VA—Insmed, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of drugs for the treatment of metabolic diseases and endocrine disorders,  has named Jody LoMenzo director of investor relations and corporate communications. LoMenzo has served in senior communications roles for the medical-surgical division of McKesson as marketing communications director; United Dominion Realty Trust, as director of investor relations and corporate communications; and Infineon Technologies  as communications director. She also was director of strategic communications for the public relations division of The Martin Agency.

BALTIMORE—Warschawski has promoted Michele Tomlinson to director and Abbey Pulcinella to senior associate. In her most recent role as senior associate, Tomlinson was responsible for all aspects of account management including client relations, media relations and product launches for several of the agency’s clients and played an integral role in overseeing Warschawski’s internship program. As director, she will take on an increased leadership role within the agency and will play a major role in new business development for Warschawski. As senior associate, Pulcinella will be responsible for all aspects of client servicing including strategic planning, account management and media relations. 

ST. LOUIS—Frank Hamsher, a senior vice president with Fleishman-Hillard, is leading the firm to become executive director of Forest Park Forever, a local group dedicated to the preservation of a St. Louis landmark. Hamsher previously served in the administration of former St. Louis Mayor Vincent Schoemehl Jr. and at Fleishman had helped Civic Progress present a plan to create a regional tax to fund Forest Park. “The park is an incredibly important asset to the community, and I want to be part of advocating for it and protecting it for the long term,” Hamsher told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. “This is something I have a lot of passion about.”

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