Evoke KYNE, an award-winning health communications agency, announced the promotion of Dante DelVecchio to Senior Vice President. As a member of the firm’s Senior Management Team, DelVecchio will continue to oversee key client engagements in infectious diseases, vaccines and immuno-oncology, and will report to Stephanie DeViteri. DelVecchio’s promotion reflects his significant contributions to the agency’s business by leading high-performing teams, building strong client relationships and delivering communications programs that create lasting impact in health.
“During his decade-long tenure with the company, Dante has risen through the ranks to become a strong team leader and trusted client partner, playing an integral role in the growth of our business,” said DeViteri, Managing Director, Philadelphia. “As part of this new position, Dante will take on a greater role in business development and in driving company thought leadership.”
“The past 10 years at Evoke KYNE have been an amazing experience, and I look forward to continuing to deliver for our clients as well as working with the team to further establish Evoke KYNE within the marketplace,” said DelVecchio.
Additional Senior-Level Appointments
Recently the company brought on Molly Grodin, a seasoned health communications professional with experience in corporate communications, stakeholder engagement and global public health, as Vice President in New York. Most recently, Grodin was the director of strategic communications for the Population Council, a global non-profit research organization addressing critical health and development issues and held previous positions at the non-profit EngenderHealth and global PR firm Edelman. She will help lead one of the agency’s newest client engagements in global public health as well as support new business efforts in the space.
The firm has also made several recent hires and appointments across levels and offices including Silje Lier to Vice President, Social Strategy and Christy Loringer to Vice President. Lier brings more than a decade of experience in digital health communications, delivering numerous social media programs for a mix of healthcare clients, from federal government agencies to pharmaceutical companies. With a sharp focus on digital trends and social listening insights, her leadership at the agency has been pivotal in guiding teams in social media strategy, content development and creative outputs.
During her more than 10 years with the firm, Loringer has managed some of its top global accounts, with diverse experience across therapeutic areas. Her work and leadership were previously recognized by Medical, Marketing and Media where she was selected as one of their ‘Women to Watch in PR’ award honorees.
The agency is continuing to grow and has several open positions across levels and geographies.