Tom Jones is a senior communications specialist with more than twenty years of healthcare-specific experience developing and executing award-winning public relations and corporate communications initiatives, building and managing high-performance communications teams, and driving measurable business results for his clients.
Tom’s communications experience encompasses some of the world’s largest and best-recognized brands, and includes work in consumer and professional outreach, issues management, national media relations, social media, advocacy relations, corporate reputation management, and leadership communications.
Earlier in his career, Tom was Executive Director of Communications for Novartis, where he oversaw the creation, development and implementation of public relations programs for the company’s dermatology, neuroscience, diabetes, respiratory, arthritis and gastrointestinal franchises. In this role, he was heavily engaged with marketing teams helping with pre-launch, market introduction and promotional activities. He created and executed several direct-to-consumer PR platforms including celebrity programs that consistently demonstrated positive ROI.
Tom graduated magna cum laude from Rowan University and holds a masters in communications from New York University. He resides in Summit, NJ.
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