Washington, D. C. (PRWEB) January 22, 2015
URAC, a leader in promoting healthcare quality through accreditation, education, and measurement programs appointed Leigh George as director of marketing and communications. George will be developing a new brand for the company and is responsible for building and managing URAC’s omni-channel marketing ecosystem and content marketing strategy.
“Leigh’s background and business acumen spans all aspects of marketing and communications thus enabling her to deliver a powerful go-to-market strategy for URAC,” said Kylanne Green, chief executive officer of URAC. “She brings a wealth of experience at top agencies and a proven track record in delivering success to URAC.”
George has over fifteen years of experience helping clients develop, implement, and track marketing strategies for brand awareness, customer acquisition, relationship management, online engagement, and community management.
Before joining URAC, George was vice president in Ogilvy’s Social@Ogilvy practice, where she led branding, digital and social strategy for public and private sector clients, both locally and nationally, including Five Guys, Enroll America and the FDA.
Prior to Ogilvy, Leigh led branding and digital strategy teams at several digital agencies in the DC area. She is a frequent speaker on digital marketing, social media, and branding at conferences across the country.
“I am looking forward to collaborating with the URAC staff, clients, board members, and industry partners as URAC continues its successful transformation into a leading health care brand,” said George.
George holds a Ph.D. in branding history and theory from Binghamton University and a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College.
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