Coming off its recent acquisition by Interpublic PR powerhouse Weber Shandwick, Nashville-based healthcare marketing communication agency ReviveHealth has announced a succession of key executive promotions.
ReviveHealth co-founder Joanne Thornton has been named president, a newly-minted role at the agency. Based in the ReviveHealth’s Santa Barbara office, Thornton will be responsible for managing operations and guiding the agency’s growth and development at the enterprise level, and will also aid the agency's integration with Weber Shandwick and its Interpublic sister agencies. Thornton, who was previously ReviveHealth’s chief account officer, was a practice leader at Davies Public Affairs prior to co-founding the agency in 2009.
Nicole Mraz, also based in ReviveHealth’s Santa Barbara office, has now been appointed to the top management role of executive vice president of client service. Mraz, who joined ReviveHealth in 2009 and was previously senior VP of the agency’s health systems practice, will now be responsible for driving strategy and guiding staff.
Nathan Juarez has been promoted to vice president of creative. Juarez, who’s based in ReviveHealths’ Nashville headquarters, joined the agency last year as a graphic designer, and is responsible for producing multimedia content for targeted campaigns.
ReviveHealth has also added five additional members to its Nashville team, including new vice president Kristin Faulder, who joins the agency from InkHouse Media + Marketing, and will now focus on health services and technology at the agency.
ReviveHealth was founded in 2009 and staffs more than 50. The agency last year was ranked sixth largest healthcare firm in the nation by O’Dwyer’s, reporting 2014 healthcare related net fees of nearly $8.8 million.
ReviveHealth’s January combine with Weber Shandwick added to Interpublic’s PR warchest one of the largest independent healthcare agencies in the country, and merged ReviveHealth’s B2B expertise with Weber Shandwick's longstanding insight into science and pharma.