PARSIPPANY, N.J., Feb. 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ogilvy Health (www.ogilvychww.com), the health practice of Ogilvy, a WPP company (NASDAQ: WWPGY) (www.wpp.com), today announced Brittany Mangold, Account Supervisor, and Jamie McKenna, Senior Account Executive, will both be named to the Medical Advertising Hall of Fame’s (MAHF) 8th Future Famers Program at the annual awards dinner to be held tonight at the Pierre Hotel in New York. For more than two decades, the MAHF has recognized individuals who have made a lasting mark on healthcare advertising by inducting them into the Hall of Fame. The Future Famers Awards started in 2012 recognizing those industry veterans who are determined to leave their mark on the healthcare marketing industry. To be eligible for the award, recipients should be approximately 30 years of age or younger and have already made a significant contribution within healthcare marketing. In addition, recipients must show a solid commitment to community service, either at a local or national level. Ms. Mangold, from the New York office, has been with Ogilvy Health for more than three years, and Mr. McKenna, based out of the Parsippany location, has been with the network since April 2018. Both employees were nominated by Ogilvy… Read full this story
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