ALEXANDRIA, Va. Lansinoh Laboratories on Tuesday announced the addition of two new members of the company’s marketing family. Jennifer Moyer joins Lansinoh as VP marketing, bringing more than 19 years of marketing experience in the consumer, mother and baby spheres. And Mary Gordon joins the company as senior brand manager.
Both are new positions created to support the company’s expanding product line and marketing efforts.
“Lansinoh is ushering in a period of aggressive growth,” stated Gary Downing, CEO of Lansinoh Laboratories. “Over the past year, we’ve dramatically expanded our product line with several new additions for new and breastfeeding moms, including Lansinoh Diaper Rash Ointment, LatchAssist, and our acquisition of the Soothies Gel Pad brand. And we have even more exciting products in the pipeline to be released in coming months. Now more than ever we need a broad array of highly skilled marketers to maximize the success of this new and expansive purple product line.”
As VP marketing, Moyer will coordinate all North American marketing activities while leading the company’s team of brand marketing professionals. She will report to Downing. Prior to joining Lansinoh, Moyer was as an independent consultant to the company, working closely with Lansinoh’s previous director of Marketing, Kira Wood, who recently left the company to raise her children full-time. Since joining the Lansinoh family in 2008, Moyer has made significant contributions to marketing efforts through development of an improved corporate web site, to launch this summer, and enhanced communication with consumers through various social media channels.
Earlier, Moyer served as VP of brand management firm Kanter International from 2005 to 2008. She was responsible for consulting, research based strategy and marketing for brands including Mohawk Flooring, Herman Miller and Everlast.
As the company’s senior brand manager, Mary Gordon will oversee several key groups of the Lansinoh product line by developing and executing marketing strategies. She will report directly to Moyer.
Previously, Gordon worked extensively in brand management. Most recently, she served as brand manager at Dial Corporation from 2007 to 2009, working on the Combat and RightGuard brands.