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Lilly Announces Changes in Key Leadership Roles
Date:5/21/2008

ns with significantly expanded responsibilities. These new roles are built around the company's main customer groups; health care professionals (e.g. physicians) and institution-based customers (e.g. hospitals, specialists and third-party payors).

Enrique Conterno, currently vice president of Lilly's U.S. neuroscience business, will become vice president for health care professional markets. In this role he will lead all Lilly USA efforts aimed at health care professionals, and he will also have therapeutic responsibility for the neuroscience, diabetes and osteoporosis brands. Jack Bailey, currently vice president of U.S. sales and marketing, business-to-business, will become vice president for account-based markets, and he will have responsibility for institution-based customers. Bailey will also have therapeutic responsibility for the oncology, endocrine and cardiovascular brands.

Global Marketing and Sales:

Bryce Carmine, executive vice president of global marketing and sales, has implemented changes to the company's sales and marketing operations. In addition, Rich Pilnik, currently vice president and chief marketing officer, has announced his retirement from the company.

Pilnik is concluding a 25 year career with Lilly which began as an associate in marketing. Pilnik has held a variety of sales and marketing positions with the company, including as general manager of Lilly Mexico and area director for Latin America and Canada. Pilnik has twice served as the company's chief marketing officer, from 1998 to 2001 and from 2006 to present. From 2001 to 2006 he served as president of Lilly Europe.

"I want to express my personal gratitude to Rich for his significant contributions during his time with Lilly," said Carmine. "Rich has brought great enthusiasm and commitment in creating a strong marketing and sales organization. He has provided sound leadership in various geographies around the world, including Latin America and Europe,
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