“Be Well, Work Well” by Concentric
March 20, 2019 6:00 pm
Available Tickets: 5/25
VP, Associate Creative Director, Copy
Tarra is a VP, Associate Creative Director on the Sunovion Respiratory Franchise as well as Rexulti for MDD and schizophrenia for Otsuka Pharmaceuticals and Lundbeck Pharmaceuticals. She has had extensive educational and professional experience in the pharmaceutical industry for 15+ years, demonstrating creative prowess across multiple brands and disease states, including cardiovascular, pain management, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, allergies/asthma, oral care, and women’s health
Tarra has played an integral role in launching multiple products for blockbuster companies such as Schering Plough, Sanofi-Aventis, and Astellas Pharma, Inc. In addition, Tarra has worked with other top clients such as Merck, Inc., AstraZeneca, Abbott Laboratories, and Genzyme Inc.
Tarra earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Cornell University, merging her scientific and writing talents together. Outside of healthcare advertising, Tarra has published a nonfiction book and is a certified Naam Yoga instructor. She brings her yoga teachings to the Concentric workplace on a weekly basis.
Eric is the Technical Director, supporting all of the brands within the Concentric Health Experience wheelhouse. He has extensive development experience of over 15 years, with significant exposure in the healthcare arena as both a healthcare professional and patient. He has worked on media campaigns as well as developed websites, custom mobile applications, and Veeva multichannel content. In the healthcare industry, his clients have included Allergan, Astellas, Bayer, Novo Nordisk, Otsuka, and Sanofi Pasteur.
Eric earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Harvey Mudd College and subsequently pursued a Medical Degree from St. George’s University. He has been utilizing his technical and medical experience to dive into pharmaceutical advertising, most recently at Razorfish Health and Concentric Health Experience. Outside of work, he is an avid fan of sports and of traveling the world.
Director of Partnerships and Events
Vanessa Anderson is a UVM graduate with upstate New York roots. During college, she channeled her interest in wellness into a community brand: developing recipes, writing articles, and producing videos specific to navigating a healthy life in Burlington. She has since taken a lead role with The Culinistas, an in-home chef services company. Her day-to-day balances vetting chefs, managing brand partnerships, and producing marketing events. Vanessa follows the philosophy of everything in moderation, including moderation.
Samantha has been passionate about company culture from day one. She started her career as a consultant, then moved to the business development and communication teams for wellness startups. As the General Manager of ZogCulture, Samantha combines her business experience with her love of building deeper connections in the workplace. Samantha also is one of five members of the Zog Management Team which drives national strategy across ZogCulture and ZogSports.
Originally from outside of Boston, she loves winter, the outdoors, and of course Boston sports (Go Pats). She’s the eternal optimist, loves a good ice breaker (she calls them “connection games”), appreciates a good dinner party, and can’t resist a warm, soft, partly baked chocolate chip cookie.
Samantha received her B.A. from the University of Rochester in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Certificate in Holistic Health from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.
Business Development Associate
Natalie is a die-hard believer in the power of positive employee experiences on the success of a business. After spending three years consulting on social impact strategy for Fortune 500 companies, it was only a matter of time before she found her way to ZogCulture. With a passion for people and connection, she jumps at the opportunity to share what the secret of play can do for you and your company.
When she’s not geeking out over people and culture, you can find Natalie on her yoga mat upside down in a headstand or on the dance floor busting a move to Beyoncé.
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