SCORR Marketing, a global full-service marketing and communications firm focused on the health sciences industry, has promoted Lea Studer to senior vice president of marketing communications, Drake Sauer to lead designer and Braeden Tyma to designer, motion.
With more than 20 years of marketing experience, Studer leads the communications team to create messaging that drives brand awareness, differentiation and reputation across all target audiences and channels. Studer also oversees public relations, media, social media, trade shows and events and is responsible for maintaining a global network of contacts to ensure SCORR clients are well-connected.
In the last year, Studer has established partnerships with industry leaders and publications to help educate the health services industry. She worked with CenterWatch to develop a presentation for the Drug Information Association (DIA) Annual Meeting on “Striving For Success, Settling For Mediocrity,” the first report on CROs’ perceptions of sponsor performance. She also worked with Pharmaceutical Outsourcing on the report “Technological Capabilities and Scientific Expertise Are Top Criteria in Pharmaceutical Outsourcing Selection” and has assisted on numerous reports with Applied Clinical Trials, including “Mobile Health in Clinical Trials.”
In his position as lead designer, Sauer helps lead SCORR’s creative efforts and has worked on numerous campaigns for a variety of clients including Theorem, now Chiltern, Decision Driver Analytics and the rebrand for Camargo Pharmaceutical Services.
As SCORR incorporates more video and animation into its creative services, Tyma’s skills as a graphic designer and videographer will be essential in his role as designer, motion.
Tyma has produced numerous videos for brand launches, advertising campaigns, trade shows and more for SCORR clients including Camargo Pharmaceutical Services, Chiltern and DPT Laboratories.
“Lea, Drake and Braeden exemplify our commitment to excellence, and they have made extensive contributions to the success and growth of SCORR and our clients,” said Cinda Orr, CEO and president of SCORR. “Their knowledge and expertise are assets to our clients, and their initiative and persistence will continue to drive our success.”