Senior Vice President
A veteran of health and nutrition communications, advocacy and public policy, Nancy Glick is a senior vice president in MSLGROUP’s Washington office and serves as director of health affairs and advocacy for MSLGROUP’s Health Practice for North America.
A cancer survivor with over 25 years’ experience in the healthcare sector, Glick specializes in designing and implementing high-impact communications, social marketing, disease awareness, healthcare advocacy and public policy programs – especially to expand access to innovative diagnostics, medical devices and medical therapies. Among the areas where Glick has extensive expertise are arthritis, autoimmune diseases, cancer, diabetes, eye health, healthy aging, infectious diseases, obesity, pain management, rare diseases, skin health, substance abuse, and women’s health.
As director of health affairs and advocacy, Glick also works with a team of advocacy specialists to develop strategic alliances in the U.S. with health, medical, consumer and patient groups to assist the firm’s clients in conducting health education campaigns and in building coalitions to advance health care issues. At the same time, she has managed some of the most controversial and challenging issues affecting public health and safety and serves as a senior counselor in addressing regulatory and legislative challenges facing professional societies, research institutions, voluntary health organizations, trade associations and some of the world’s leading brands.
Before joining the MSLGROUP in 2009, Glick served for eight years as executive vice president within Ruder Finn Washington's healthcare practice, and as the director of health and nutrition affairs for the firm. She has also served in a variety of positions at Hill and Knowlton, Inc., and was a press officer at the Food and Drug Administration, where she handled food, cosmetics, drugs and consumer issues and agency announcements about product recalls.
Passionate about cancer advocacy and women’s causes, Glick served on the boards of the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship and World Food Program USA, and was on the Leukemia & Leukemia Society’s Washington Policy Committee. Currently, she is on the board of HealthyWomen.