Navigation Links
Barby K. Siegel Joins Zeno Group as Chief Executive Officer
Date:10/7/2009

(New York).

"I'm thrilled to be returning to Daniel J. Edelman, where the principles of family and independence are combined with thought-leadership and industry recognition throughout the world," said Siegel. "As we uphold Dan Edelman's philosophy of innovation in communications, Zeno's mandate to move people and ideas to action will remain the driving force behind how we help shape agendas, shift opinions and mobilize market forces to help our clients realize their goals."

While at Ogilvy PR, Siegel worked with key clients including Unilever, Ford Motor Company, Intel and Kimberly Clark, among others.

"It is very exciting to be back with DJE in this role. I look forward to partnering with the team to grow Zeno, together with our clients who are seeking new ways to activate their brands and engage stakeholders," said Siegel.

Prior to Ogilvy, Siegel spent 11 years at Edelman before departing in 2003. While there, she was part of the expanding NY consumer marketing practice and led the consumer technology group. She worked on behalf of such blue-chip clients as Starbucks, Apple, Unilever, Hershey Foods, Maxwell House, Barnes & Noble, Inc., and Lowe's Home Improvement. Barby was also the unprecedented, two-time winner of the agency's highest honor, the "Chairman's Award."

Prior to joining Edelman, Siegel was vice president of McGrath/Power Associates, Inc. handling such clients as Reebok, Citibank, Nikon Inc., Nutri/System and The Body Shop.

Hanessian will be based in Chicago and will report to Nancy Turett, president, health, and chair, global practices, and Matt Harrington, president and CEO, Edelman US.

Prior to joining Zeno, Hanessian was general manager of Edelman Chicago's Health business and director of U.S. Health. She brings extensive experience in the areas of marketing support, issues management, advocacy relations and corporate positioning across a range of pharmaceutical,
'/>"/>

SOURCE Daniel J. Edelman, Inc.
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related biology technology :

1. LASIK Surgery Specialist G. Brock Magruder, Jr., M.D. of LaserVue Lasik Center of Orlando Joins the Trusted LASIK Surgeons Directory
2. Sanford Rose Associates Joins the International Executive Search Federation
3. Christopher Brennan Joins PharmaNet Development Group as General Counsel
4. Richard Gephardt Joins Leading Innovators in Washington State to Call for Greater Focus on Policies to Boost Economy and Maintain U.S. Competitiveness in Medical Science and Innovation
5. John J. Young, Jr. Joins SRI Board of Directors
6. Veteran Intellectual Property Team Joins Brown Rudnick
7. Elkan Gamzu, Ph.D. Joins Hygeia Therapeutics Board of Directors as Chair
8. Elsevier Joins InChI Trust as a Charter Member
9. Thomson Joins Brooks Kushman; Strengthens Los Angeles Presence
10. Miami LASIK Laser Eye Surgery, Cataract Surgery, Refractive Surgeon Expert Dr. William Trattler Joins Select Eye Surgeons in Trusted LASIK Surgeons Directory
11. Mark W. Parrish Joins Mylans Board of Directors
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/21/2014)... August 21, 2014 His Majesty Willem-Alexander, ... , The Court of His Majesty Willem-Alexander, King of ... the Grand Opening of POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels’ Project LIBERTY ... 3. , The King will take part in the ... scheduled for 11 a.m.-12:20 p.m. and tour the plant. ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... , Aug. 21, 2014 OTC ... Pharmaceuticals Inc., a biotechnology company, on its approval ... previously traded on OTCQX®, the best marketplace for ... Markets Group. Logo - http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20110118/MM31963LOGO ... the successful execution of its growth strategy and ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... Gallus BioPharmaceuticals , LLC, ... manufacturing organization (CMO) announced today that it has ... company focused on the development of innovative approaches ... anti-prostate specific membrane antigen (PSMA) monoclonal antibody used ... the agreement the antibody will be produced in ...
(Date:8/20/2014)... Grade school history lessons often have it that American ... whooping cough, chicken pox, influenza and tuberculosis brought to ... while estimates vary, about 20 million people lived in ... percent of them were killed by European diseases., But ... Arizona State University and Johannes Krause of the University ...
Breaking Biology Technology:His Majesty Willem-Alexander, King of the Netherlands, to Attend Project LIBERTY opening 2His Majesty Willem-Alexander, King of the Netherlands, to Attend Project LIBERTY opening 3OTC Markets Group Congratulates Immune Pharmaceuticals on NASDAQ Listing 2Gallus Enters Agreement with Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. for Manufacture of Anti-PSMA Monoclonal Antibody 2Gallus Enters Agreement with Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. for Manufacture of Anti-PSMA Monoclonal Antibody 3Unusual discovery leads to fascinating tuberculosis theory 2Unusual discovery leads to fascinating tuberculosis theory 3
... RATON, Fla., Feb. 17, 2011 Sensus ... participation in the 9th Annual South Beach ... 17-21, 2011.  The South Beach Symposium™ is a comprehensive ... and practice management. Sensus Healthcare is featuring superficial radiotherapy ...
... of Santiago de Compostela (USC) have analysed levels of radon, ... The results show that 34% of these schools exceed the ... inhalation of radon is associated with lung cancer. "Out ... had radon levels in excess of 400 Bequerels/m3 in some ...
... a significant component of the defense system of many ... armies and terrorist organizations, and constitute a threat to ... solutions against them have limited efficiency. A multidisciplinary ... succeeded in developing an enzyme that breaks down such ...
Cached Biology Technology:Sensus Healthcare Announces Its Exhibitor Attendance at the 9th Annual South Beach Symposium™ 234 percent of Galician secondary schools exceed maximum recommended radon levels 2Weizmann Institute scientists used accelerated evolution to develop enzymes that provide protection against nerve gas 2Weizmann Institute scientists used accelerated evolution to develop enzymes that provide protection against nerve gas 3Weizmann Institute scientists used accelerated evolution to develop enzymes that provide protection against nerve gas 4
(Date:8/21/2014)... implications for life in other extreme environments, both on ... Associate Professor of Biological Sciences Brent Christner and fellow ... this week published a paper confirming that the waters ... (2600 feet) beneath the surface of the West Antarctic ... than 400 subglacial lakes and numerous rivers and streams ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... to Wednesday, Oct. 18-22, 2014 , WHERE: ... Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 , WHAT: ... presentations of the latest research in human genetics. ... featuring high-scoring abstracts on rare genetic variants in ... and treatment for sun sensitivity (Saturday, Oct. 18, ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... researchers at Louisiana Tech University has developed ... 3D printers and materials to fabricate custom ... chemotherapeutic compounds for targeted drug delivery. , ... research faculty from Louisiana Tech,s biomedical engineering ... filament extruders that can make medical-quality 3D ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):800 meters beneath Antarctic ice sheet, subglacial lake holds viable microbial ecosystems 2800 meters beneath Antarctic ice sheet, subglacial lake holds viable microbial ecosystems 3800 meters beneath Antarctic ice sheet, subglacial lake holds viable microbial ecosystems 4American Society of Human Genetics 2014 Annual Meeting 2Louisiana Tech University researchers use 3D printers to create custom medical implants 2Louisiana Tech University researchers use 3D printers to create custom medical implants 3
... Washington, D.C. -- Disease statistics buried within patient ... and organized to depict geographic patterns, allowing the discovery ... Penn State geographer. "The use of interactive maps ... to greater insight into complex events like the spread ...
... region has a hot, wet climate and a lot of ... a really good chance the region will also contain numerous ... study examining the geography of human disease, led by Dr. ... team of biologists and social scientists, shows that that one ...
... world-wide project "MAGICPAH", coordinated by the Braunschweiger Helmholtz-Zentrums ... Braunschweig- HZI), is examining how bacterial communities are ... aromatic hydrocarbons. "MAGICPAH" is a collaboration of thirteen ... enterprises have initiated the project today at the ...
Cached Biology News:Visualization of geographic patterns may predict spread of disease 2Study pins factors behind geography of human disease 2Study pins factors behind geography of human disease 3Improving the degradation of toxic hydrocarbons 2
... The Beacon 2000 Fluorescence Polarization System ... research and assay development. Standard Beacon ... 2000 System uses a quartz-halogen lamp ... of 360-700 nm. It accommodates all ...
... traps a wide variety of solvent vapors that ... glass condensation flask (GCF400) allows for the collection ... easy draining. Rapid cooling time minimizes waiting period., ... quick solvent changes , -50?C ...
... Phosphatase-2A (PPase-2A) is a serine/threonine phosphatase isolated ... isolated as the heterodimer of 60kDa (A) ... ability to dephosphorylate the a-subunit of phosphorylase ... has broad substrate specificity and may play ...
... Varioskan is a high performance spectral ... and incubator. With the advanced SkanIt ... reliability for drug discovery assay development. ... fluorescence intensity, time-resolved fluorescence and photometric ...
Biology Products: