Independent global healthcare communications consultancy, 90TEN, continues its rapid expansion, with five new hires to enhance its medical education division and support a growing client roster.
Mandi Watty-Miller (pictured) joins 90TEN as a Senior Account Director following nearly five years at Ogilvy Healthworld where she specialised in global MedComms. Laura Penfold joins as an Account Manager after a two year stint at Ogilvy Healthworld. Prior to Ogilvy, Laura started her career at health and tech specialist agency Say Communications. Sasha Walton joins 90TEN as an Assistant Account Executive, having recently graduated with an MSc in psychology from King’s College London, where she also edited and wrote for the university magazine, The Looking Glass.
The medical education division also adds Senior Medical Writer Niall Murphy and Editorial Assistant Daniel Warder to help deliver editorial excellence across the 90TEN portfolio following a number of new client wins and continued organic growth from existing clients. Niall and Daniel will report to 90TEN’s Scientific Team Lead, Dr Paula Hensler.
Victoria Boswell-Smith, Director of Medical Education at 90TEN, commented: “As we continue to grow I am delighted to welcome these talented new team members who bring an exciting mix of skills and experience to help us deliver our innovative education programmes and make a Life Changing difference to our clients, health professionals and their patients.”