Bayer Names Lori Moore as Vice President, Head of U.S. Pharmaceutical Communications
Moore spent the last six years in senior communications roles at Deloitte, most recently as the Managing Director leading efforts to transform internal communications. Prior to joining Deloitte, Moore served in communications leadership positions at Novo Nordisk and Sanofi. In her new role at Bayer, Moore will be responsible for developing and executing external and internal communication strategies for the company’s pharmaceutical portfolio in the United States, with a specific emphasis on cardiology, oncology, women’s health, hematology and radiology.
Moore officially starts today and will be based in Whippany, N.J. She will report directly to Raymond F. Kerins, Jr., Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, and serve on the U.S. Corporate Affairs and Pharmaceutical Leadership Teams.
“I’m delighted to have Lori join the Bayer team as she brings more than 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry,” Kerins said. “Her impressive knowledge and expertise will help us advance our communications about the company’s pharmaceutical business here in this country.”
Throughout her career, Moore has served in various positions leading marketing communications, corporate branding, internal communications and public relations. In her most recent role, she was responsible for transforming and implementing a new internal communications strategy to support the business needs at Deloitte. Earlier, she served as the head of communications for Deloitte’s audit and risk advisory business.
Prior to her time at Deloitte, Moore spent nine years at Novo Nordisk as the Executive Director for Communications and Public Affairs, where she oversaw all strategic communications, including brand and reputation management, crisis management and employee engagement in the United States. Earlier in her career, Moore managed the Global Product communications for Sanofi where she was responsible for the communications around product launches, programs and issues management.
“I’m honored to join the Bayer team at such a critical time of growth for the division,” Moore said. “Bringing innovative medicines to market is at the heart of what we do, and I look forward to communicating this important story with patients, physicians and providers throughout the United States.”
Moore holds a Master of Science degree in Communications from Northwestern University and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Northern Illinois University.