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Gary Wenzel Named President TBWA\WorldHealth
Date:11/12/2009

NEW YORK, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- TBWA Worldwide today announced the appointment of Gary Wenzel as President, TBWA\WorldHealth. Wenzel was previously Chief Operating Officer of TBWA\Hakuhodo in Tokyo. He will be based in New York, and report to Tom Carroll, President & CEO, TBWA Worldwide. TBWA\WorldHealth New York also announced today the appointment of Steve Pashkoff as Executive Creative Director.

Formed in 2002, TBWA\WorldHealth integrates the comprehensive expertise of professional pharmaceutical and healthcare agencies with TBWA's approach to driving growth built on the practices of Disruption and Media Arts. TBWA\WorldHealth is headquartered in New York and has international hub offices in London, Paris, Mexico City and Hamburg, along with local offices throughout Europe and Asia. It services globally or regionally brands from Pfizer, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Roche, GlaxoSmithKline, Johnson & Johnson, and Schering-Plough, among others.

"With the diversity in healthcare offerings and differences in regulatory, more clients are coming to TBWA to help them build and manage their brands globally. Gary's experience in leading global clients like Nissan, as well as managing one of our key international offices makes him uniquely qualified to take over a very important global role for us," said Carroll.

Wenzel joined TBWA in 2001 as President & CEO of \G1 Worldwide, a joint venture between TBWA Worldwide and Hakuhodo, to manage and develop the Nissan business globally, and ultimately became a founding partner in TBWA\Hakuhodo in 2006, assuming the role of Chief Operating Officer for the agency that handles accounts such as Nissan, Apple, adidas and Haagen-Dazs.

Wenzel is a Stanford graduate and has an MBA from UCLA. Wenzel has extensive experience in all facets of marketing and advertising. At RPA in the US, before joining TBWA, he was Director of Account Services, which included research and a
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