Sign Up for This DHC Webinar
The DHC, in partnership with WEGO Health, has just concluded a survey of Patient Health Influencers focused on the impact of COVID-19 on the reputation of pharma and the needs of patients at this time.
The June 3rd webinar will feature both research highlights and a live panel discussion with key stakeholders, including two patient health influencers.
Yolanda Brunson-, Patient Influencer
A Native of Brooklyn, New York, Yolanda is President of Spitfir Productions. Spitfir comprises her multi businesses in Branding, Product Development, Publishing, and Advocacy. A graduate of FIT; Yolanda is the Author of the go-to fashion guide “The ins and outs of the fashion industry- from a fashion insider’, as well of Brooklyn’s own fashion shoe blog BK-Knowledge. She’s also Contributing Writer for Myeloma Crowd & Health Union.
Natalie Hayden, Patient Influencer
Natalie (Sparacio) Hayden, 36, is a former TV news anchor living in St. Louis. She was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in July 2005, two months after graduating from college. After several hospitalizations, countless medications and flare ups, she underwent her first surgery in August 2015. Her blog, “Lights, Camera, Crohn’s” covers everything from overcoming struggles to celebrating small victories.
Justin Chase, EVP, Intouch Group
Both the health and media verticals are undergoing arguably the greatest periods of change in recent memory. Justin Chase helps clients navigate the frothy waters of these tumultuous and interconnected seas by providing strategy, senior stewardship, and advanced thinking. He works with clients to provide media solutions that make sense, not just for the fleeting present, but for the sustainable future.