Hello, we’re Intouch Proto. And we’re ready to co-create the next big thing, with you and for you. We’re part agency, part imagination machine, fueled by collaboration, insight and the thrill of big thinking. All to infuse brands with ideas, and technology with emotion. So we can connect people with health more powerfully than ever.
We’re driven by our belief in big ideas that build brands, elevate initiatives and even change lives. So we can bring ingenuity, strategy and momentum to solving real problems in the healthcare space.
We start by getting different people together: clients and agency people, innovators and experts, doctors, patients and caregivers, to fuse insight, expertise and empathy into ideas that meet real human needs.
Let’s explore the possibilities. For brands. For companies. For people.
We’re shaped by our experience and inspired by the world. We like a good laugh and love a great challenge. And we’re ready to take on what’s next.
Learn a little bit about each of us. We’re excited to learn more about you.
Hello to all good people who invent, explore, design, collaborate and redefine. Who say yes more easily than no. Who are brimming with ideas on doing things differently. We like new ways of thinking and doing, and if you do too you might be interested in a career with us.
From a young age, I always loved problem solving. I think that’s why pharma advertising and I have stayed such close friends these 14 years. It’s nothing if not riddled with challenges. And, keeping creative work relevant, relateable and arresting in heavily regulated and highly scientific environments in a genuine thrill. I try to instill my sense of excitement into every team I work with and every solution we create. My background includes work in hematology (hemophilia B), CNS disorders (schizophrenia/insomnia), metabolic disorders (diabetes), immunosuppressants (psoriasis), gastroenterology and oncology (non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma).
I’m not gonna lie, seeing my first television spot air during a commercial break of The Jay Leno Show made me cry a little. It was 3 years, 2 FDA delays and too many late nights to count in the making...I’ve never been more proud of a team or myself.
Karaoke, films directed by women, being on airplanes, octopi
Nonsense, salads, emotions, admitting to not liking things
Challenge me. Give me a problem, concern, issue, imperative and I will make it my mission and solve it. I love to connect the dots: provide options to meet goals, find data to make business decisions better, and provide more impactful solutions. I love to connect people: find the right expert who can lead us, and drive us, to options that give results. After 25+ years in this industry across 30+ consumer and 20+ pharmaceutical brands (including 9 brand launches and a stint in the field) I am still excited about what I do every day.
Receiving direct feedback from a physician that an app our team developed made a huge difference for one of his patients. It motivated me to keep pushing to find options to help patients live better with a disease.
Tackling a challenge, being a parent, cooking (both challenges!!), traveling, learning, science
The words “no,” “can’t be done,” “never seen therefore it won’t be good,” “don’t want to try” or “fail,” exercise (although I am “learning” to love exercise)
I’m naturally curious and love the thrill of solving problems and coming up with simple solutions. I love a challenge. More than 20 years in the industry, and I get so excited by scientific advances and the idea of helping patients live better lives. My work on so many unique brands has given me a deep understanding of commercial and regulatory issues in oncology, hematology, orthopedic surgery, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, and dermatology.
Working on many oncology and hematology pipeline products, it’s a thrill when a product receives a favorable vote by an FDA Advisory Committee, and it’s even more exciting when it receives FDA approval. It’s an amazing feeling to realize the chance for many patients to benefit from a new treatment option.
Helping patients live better lives, science (I’m a science geek), solving problems, working with a team, being outside (either biking, skiing, or running) with my family and dog, and coffee!
People who aren’t team players, wasting time (I like to be focused, productive, and get things done), life without a dog (especially Labrador Retrievers)
effective september 12, 2017
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