AbelsonTaylor promotes three

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AbelsonTaylor has announced the promotions of Kristen McGirk, Mark Finn and Eric Densmore from senior account supervisor to account director of the agency's ethical pharmaceuticals unit. 

McGirk will provide strategic guidance and oversight for two of AbelsonTaylor's women's health brands, and report to Mike Perry, VP and account director. Finn will work on a dermatology brand and report to Ken Stevens, VP and account director. Densmore will lead a multidisciplinary team supporting a major urology brand, and will report to Nancy Drescher, VP and account director.

AbelsonTaylor currently employs nearly 400.
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