MM+M announces 2023 class of 40 Under 40 – 40 Under 40 – MM+M Online

The 40 Under 40 program, in its fourth year, honors the industry’s best-regarded young talent.
MM+M has announced its 40 Under 40 Class of 2023. The program, which debuted in 2020, shines the spotlight on the young marketers who are set to lead the industry well into the future.
This year’s 40 Under 40 honorees stem from a broad range of organizations across the health and wellness spectrum, including pharma and biotech companies, device and diagnostic manufacturers, medical marketing agencies and health media firms. At those organizations, the 2023 honorees hold roles that encompass creative, strategy, accounts and more. 
“Among the many reasons the medical marketing business continues to thrive is the abundance of top-flight talent in its ranks. Other verticals are jealous, frankly,” said MM+M editor-in-chief Larry Dobrow. “While that makes the 40 Under 40 selection process a challenge, it’s one that we embrace. It’s a privilege to celebrate the individuals set to lead the business for years to come.”
The honorees will be celebrated at an event on February 16 in New York City.
Here is the complete 2023 class of MM+M’s 40 Under 40:
Michelle Abtahi
SVP, healthcare, public health and equity, Ketchum
Kristen Ambegaokar
Medical director, Merge
Ashwin Athri
EVP and managing director, PrecisionXtract
Margaret Barreca
Director of social media, MyHealthTeam
Lars Bengston
Chief content officer, Havas Health & You
Jamie Bull
Associate director of consumer digital marketing, Takeda
Tekla Buss
Head, portfolio marketing, Allergan Aesthetics
Karina Castagna
SVP, access and adherence, OptimizeRx
Debopriyo Chakraborty
SVP, brand planning, Havas Life New York
Amy Chan
VP, group director, data and analytics, SSCG Media Group
Michelle Crow
Chief marketing officer, Thorne HealthTech
Greg Field
CEO, Lasso
Matt Geller
CEO and cofounder, Eyes On Eyecare
Dante Gleason
Director, media, CMI Media Group
Diala Habib
EVP, managing director, Healthcare Consultancy Group
Brittany Harmon
Director, communications and public affairs leader, immunology, Janssen
Thomas Hushen
Global head of content and media relations, CSL
Divya Iyer
VP, strategy and business development, GoodRx
Christen Jones
SVP, creative director, Evoke Create
Kishan Kumar
Director, HCP marketing — women’s cancers, Novartis
Sarah Larcker
Chief marketing officer and head of growth, MediFind
Katie Lewandroski
Senior director, brand marketing lead, Myovant Sciences
Nick Lucente
Executive director, oncology patient marketing, Bayer
Jay Manara
SVP, media strategy and integration, Klick Health
Lindsay Merkle
Director, client development and experience, GoodRx
Sindy Nathan
VP, team leader, strategic solutions and chair of DE&I committee, Jumo Health
Ian Ocilka
SVP, client solutions, ConnectiveRx
Karishma Parikh
Brand director, U.S. hematology marketing, ADC Therapeutics
Sean Rapson
Managing director, Eversana
Loreley Rey
Executive director of account management, Dieste
Chris Schneider
Vertical marketing lead, pharma health and wellness, Roku
Amanda Scott
Associate director, U.S. ATIOLs, Alcon Laboratories
Isabella Sergio
EVP and managing director, PrecisionValue
Tyler Steinhilber
Director, market access strategy, payer and site of care marketing lead, Horizon Therapeutics
Sabrina Szriftgiser
VP, marketing, Dotdash Meredith, Health Group
Gregory Thomas
Senior director, men’s health marketing, Endo International
Jennifer Tolley
Director, U.S. commercial, content operations, GSK
Becky Vonsiatsky
Practice leader, media and engagement, Real Chemistry
Franklin Williams
EVP, director of experience design, Area 23
Ryan Wilson
Director of sales, brand, Samsung Ads

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