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Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide’s WLPN sponsors six rising stars to join the 2018 HBA Mentoring Program

Posted on: 08 Mar 18

PARSIPPANY, N.J., March 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide (, a WPP Health & Wellness company (NYSE:WPP) (, today announced that the network’s Nina Giacchi, Melissa LoBiondo, Gabby Maniscalco, Martha Maranzani, Jessica Remo, and Sarah Rosenblum will participate in the 10th Anniversary Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) NY/NJ regional group mentoring program. 

The 2018 HBA NY/NJ regional group mentoring program is aimed at advancing the presence and influence of women in all sectors of healthcare including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and medical devices. This mentoring program harnesses the power of the overall group to help mentees set and achieve professional/career goals and forge new connections. Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide’s program participants were self-nominated and sponsored by the NJ Women's Leadership Professional Network (WLPN). The WLPN's mission is to empower and salute women within Ogilvy by fostering a strong sense of community, providing access to inspiring leaders and helping to facilitate each other's professional success.

When asked about how programs like this contribute to the personal and professional development as well as the overall culture of our network, OCHWW’s VP, Finance Operations and WLPN Co-Chair, Christine Molbury, said: “Gaining exposure to connections within our industry that can not only provide insight into the various growth opportunities and career paths available, but also serve as a guide through the process, is invaluable to a person’s professional development. I am proud to be part of an organization that can provide this opportunity to our employees and am excited to see the positive impact that the HBA mentoring program has on this group of exceptional women.”

The HBA is a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering the advancement of women in the healthcare industry. Headquartered in New Jersey with chapters and affiliates nationwide, the HBA provides educational opportunities for both women and men to develop cutting-edge industry knowledge and leadership skills; recognizes outstanding women in the industry; provides opportunities for networking; creates greater visibility for women in the industry; fosters mentoring relationships; and serves as a conduit for research on career advancement issues. For further information on the HBA, please visit:

About Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide
Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide, a WPP Health & Wellness company, is committed to creativity and effectiveness in healthcare communications, everywhere. Our global headquarters are in Parsippany, New Jersey, with additional hubs in New York, London, Paris, and Singapore. We maintain multiple additional offices in markets critical to our clients’ global aspirations. Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide provides marketing services, including behavioral insights, content strategy and management, digital, interactive and new media services, marketing analytics and research, media planning and buying, medical education, payer marketing and market access, professional advertising and promotion, public affairs and relations, relationship marketing, sales training development, scientific communications, social media and social listening, and wellness and consumer advertising and promotion. The organization houses and maintains individual Ogilvy CommonHealth and Ogilvy Healthworld brand identities within the marketplace.

Beth Paulino or
Kerianne Slattery
Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide
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Last updated on: 08/03/2018

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