AbelsonTaylor elevates Drescher

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AbelsonTaylor named Nancy Drescher SVP, director of client services, responsible for running the firm's account services department. Drescher takes over those duties from SVP, director of strategy services, Jay Carter, who will focus on maintaining the shop's relationships with 25 clients across 49 brands. Over nearly two decades in pharma marketing and advertising, Drescher has worked at Integrated Communications, Organon, Lowe McAdams and CDM. She rejoined AbelsonTaylor in 2006 and has managed the agency's Abbott Dyslipidemia, Astellas anti-infective, VESIcare Vertex HCV accounts. Both Drescher and Carter report to president and CEO Dale Taylor.
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