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MiddleBrook Pharmaceuticals Hires Key Commercial Team Members
Date:11/19/2008

ning MiddleBrook, Filipponi was executive director, trade sales at Adams where she was responsible for managing national drug customer accounts. Previously, Filipponi held successive leadership roles in sales management at the Consumer Health division of Novartis, including national account manager and business development manager. Prior to that, she held various positions in sales management at the McNeil Consumer Products division of Johnson and Johnson, including district management and sales training roles.

  • Ronald E. Hunt has joined MiddleBrook Pharmaceuticals as associate vice president, sales training and incentives. Prior to joining MiddleBrook, Hunt served as director, field sales training at Reckitt Benckiser(R). Previously, he held key positions in sales, sales management and sales operations at Adams, Aventis Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and Aventis' legacy companies.

  • Sonya Sharp-Stenken has joined MiddleBrook Pharmaceuticals as associate vice president, managed markets. Prior to joining MiddleBrook, Sharp-Stenken was director of national accounts for the Eastern United States with Reckitt Benckiser(R). Previously, she held the position of executive director, managed markets at Adams. Sharp-Stenken has spent over 12 years in the pharmaceutical industry and brings both small and large manufacturer experience from her time with leading companies such as Muro Pharmaceutical and AstraZeneca. She has held multiple sales, marketing, and managed care positions.

John Thievon, MiddleBrook president and CEO, said, "With the addition of Frank, Sal, Sheila, Ron and Sonya, our commercial leadership team is now fully in place. I am extremely pleased that we have been able to attract these talented professionals to MiddleBrook. They have worked together before, and their common background of success w
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