JPA Health Communications Bolsters Leadership with Addition of Adam Pawluk to Washington Office

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WASHINGTON, February 16, 2017 – JPA Health Communications, a top public relations agency specializing in the health sector, announced today that Adam Pawluk has joined the Washington, D.C. office as a senior vice president. Pawluk is a seasoned communications professional, with deep experience supporting regulatory milestones, disease awareness campaigns and brand launches in various therapeutic areas.

“Adam has a proven track record in public relations and strategic creative thinking,” said Michael O’Brien, managing director of JPA’s D.C. office. “He adds broad experience across multiple therapeutic areas that will complement and strengthen our portfolio.”

Pawluk brings 17 years of experience in brand-building and strategic communications, developing award-winning campaigns across the healthcare sector. Prior to joining JPA, he served as executive director of healthcare and creative for Golin in New York.

Additionally, Pawluk previously worked at Ogilvy Public Relations and Ketchum in New York. He earned a Bachelor of the Arts degree in Advertising and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

"I’m excited to join such a dynamic team here at JPA,” said Pawluk. “The firm is uniquely positioned to develop health campaigns that reach and engage patients to take action.”

About JPA JPA Health Communications is an award-winning public relations firm that designs and implements strategic health campaigns for non-profit, pharmaceutical and government clients. As leaders in influencer relations, JPA uses a targeted approach to reach the stakeholders who drive change and deliver measurable results.

 

About JPA

JPA Health Communications is an award-winning public relations firm that designs and implements strategic health campaigns for non-profit, pharmaceutical and government clients. As leaders in influencer relations, JPA uses a targeted approach to reach the stakeholders who drive change and deliver measurable results.