Campaign India Team
Feb 11, 2020

Publicis Health gets Dorelle Kulkarni as SVP

Kulkarni will head the unit and report to Srija Chatterjee, MD, Publicis Worldwide, India

Dorelle Kulkarni
Dorelle Kulkarni
Publicis Health has announced the appointment of Dorelle Kulkarni as senior vice president. 
Kulkarni will head the healthcare specialist unit and report to Srija Chatterjee, MD, Publicis Worldwide, India. She moves from Strategic Partners Group (SPG) where she was vice president and managed three PR, digital and creative brand solutions.  
 
Chatterjee said, “Publicis Health continues to remain a key pillar of growth for our network. The unit had an amazing run last year servicing some great pharma and healthcare brands while also winning multiple new clients. Having a capable leader to further drive this momentum and put out effective work is what our focus is for 2020. We are glad to have Dorelle take on this mantle and are confident of seeing a great turnaround in our work and culture in the near future.”
 
Kulkarni said, “I am excited to be a part of a team that is one of India’s largest and most preferred award-winning healthcare agency. I am certain that with the ‘power of one’ philosophy of the Groupe, we will be able to create disruptive campaigns that will enable brands to grow and provide winning solutions to our clients.”
 
She has also worked with LinHealth and Sorento Healthcare Communication.
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Campaign India

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