Remedy Announces New Vice President of Strategy

Friday, October 3, 2008 General News
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CHICAGO, Oct. 2 Mary Paskell has joined Remedy as new VicePresident of Strategy, effective today. Paskell will lead the agency's overallbrand and marketing strategy function, including brand positioning, accountplanning, and client service.

"We're thrilled to have Mary join us," says Carol McCarthy, Remedy's CEOand Founder. "Her experience and leadership will further expand Remedy'sability to differentiate our clients' brands and help grow their businesses."

Paskell has held numerous marketing leadership positions throughout hercareer in which she's been responsible for bringing key strategic insights anddirection to marketing and branding initiatives, new product development, andbusiness development.

Most recently, Paskell was Vice President of Marketing at ComPsych, aninternational provider of wellness and behavioral health solutions. During her10 years there, she helped build ComPsych from a start-up into a $225,000,000market leader.

Mary holds two Master's degrees from Northwestern University: a Master'sof Science in Advertising and a Master's of Management from the KelloggSchool.

About Remedy

Remedy is a brand strategy and communications agency in Chicago. Remedyworks exclusively with clients in the health and wellness space, from publichealth initiatives and medical technologies to health services.

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