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Stacey Simon Joins Havas PR in Pittsburgh as Account Supervisor

by | Nov 16, 2017

Havas PR announced the addition of Stacey Simon as an account supervisor in the Pittsburgh office.

In her new role as account supervisor, Simon will support several health-focused accounts, including LivaNova. She brings over 10 years of experience delivering strong results for media relations and social media campaigns in the health care and insurance industries.

Simon started her career in media relations at UPMC, where she launched the health system’s first Facebook page and formalized its social media program. Prior to joining Havas, Simon served as the social media and wellness marketing lead for United Concordia Dental, where she also supported several digital marketing and customer experience initiatives.

“Stacey’s extensive background in the health care industry makes her a true asset to our team, as we continue to expand our portfolio of health care clients both in the region and nationally,” said Katie McSorley, Mid-Atlantic president of Havas PR.

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