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Jennifer Brownstein, of CONNEXION Healthcare, Honored as 'Rising Star' by Healthcare Businesswomen's Association
Date:2/18/2009

NEWTOWN, Pa., Feb. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Jennifer Brownstein, Art Director at CONNEXION Healthcare (CXHC), has been named a 2009 Rising Star by the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association (HBA). HBA Rising Stars are up-and-coming professionals in various sectors of the healthcare industry, including pharmaceutical, biotechnology, advertising, public relations, medical education, and market research. Nominated by HBA's corporate members, Rising Stars represent various career stages and disciplines. These candidates demonstrate a commitment to achievement and dedication to solid career growth.

Ms. Brownstein is the glue (pun intended) of the CXHC creative team. She provides innovative art direction to CXHC's many clients and creates products with cutting-edge presentability. Her designs span a variety of media and exhibit eye-catching appeal while retaining the utmost in functionality. Promoted to Art Director in 2007, Ms. Brownstein has created award-winning designs and received finalist status by The Global Awards, an international awards group recognized as the standard for creative excellence in healthcare communications. Her dedication, professionalism, and "can-do attitude" make her a valued asset to CXHC.

CXHC Vice President and Creative Director Jim Welsh remarked on Ms. Brownstein's achievement: "I am so proud of Jenny's professional growth as a creative in this industry. She is the epitome of the hardworking and dedicated colleague, and this honor is well deserved."

Grounded in science and inspired by passion, CXHC is a group of independent but complementary healthcare communications companies dedicated to developing high-quality scientific programs. Its mission is to educate, motivate, and inspire healthcare professionals across all therapeutic areas to help improve patient care. CXHC is committed to the knowledge that innovative solutions, quality execution, business integrity, and results are t
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