Waggener Edstrom Promotes Moede, Beauregard, Davis
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Waggener Edstrom Promotes Moede, Beauregard, Davis

Waggener Edstrom Worldwide has promoted Jenny Moede, executive vice president and head of the healthcare practice, to executive vice president of the North America region.

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SEATTLE—Waggener Edstrom Worldwide has promoted Jenny Moede, executive vice president and head of the healthcare practice, to executive vice president of the North America region. In her new role, she will oversee client satisfaction and growth for all WE’s practices in North America, including healthcare, consumer, corporate, public affairs, technology and social innovation. She also will strengthen global collaboration efforts for the company’s global accounts.

 

Moede, who joined WE from Edelman in 1994, will continue to be located in WE’s Portland, Ore., office and report to Claire Lematta, president of global regions. She previously led the Microsoft corporate communications team and launched the firm’s healthcare practice in 2001.

 

Colleen Beauregard, senior vice president, will assume leadership of the healthcare practice and will partner with recently hired senior vice president Aimee Corso to drive the growth of the practice. Beauregard will also continue in her role as general manager of the firm’s Cambridge, Mass., office. She currently leads the U.S. and global account teams supporting Shire Human Genetic Therapies and is as an advisor on several other global healthcare accounts.

 

In addition, Kimberly Davis, senior vice president, has assumed leadership of the firm’s technology practice. She currently leads the global BMC Software account at WE and previously focused on media strategy for Microsoft, including Microsoft Office System products, and the Microsoft Research Labs.  She will lead the practice from the company’s Portland, Ore., office.

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