KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Dobies Health Marketing, a healthcare-specialized marketing, branding and advertising firm, recently welcomed Danielle Hendrickson to the team as Creative Services Manager.
As a highly skilled graphic designer, photographer and visual communicator, Danielle provides creative direction and design for healthcare marketing initiatives. She combines creative strategy with new and traditional graphic solutions to help clients build brands and achieve marketing objectives. Danielle’s experience spans more than a decade across all types of marketing, branding and advertising media.
“Danielle brings a great combination of experience, skills and talents to deliver the highest level of service and results for our clients,” said Thom Ludtke, Vice President of Client & Creative Services. “Her versatility in design and photography is a tremendous asset for our team and our clients. She is an excellent fit for the unique blend of strategic thinking and creative communication at the core of our company.”
A native of Kansas City, Mo., Hendrickson has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design and advanced training in photography. She has worked for local advertising agencies and as a self-employed designer, photographer and marketing director. Danielle’s community efforts include photography and design for events with SAVE, Inc. and the AIDS Service Foundation. She also collects donations of toys for Operation Breakthrough at Christmas.
“I am so excited to join the creative team at Dobies Health Marketing,” Danielle said. “I love our mission, and I love using my creative skills to create healthier brands and connect people to better health.”
About Dobies Health Marketing
Since 1992, Dobies Health Marketing has offered highly specialized expertise in healthcare marketing strategy, branding and creative communications. The Kansas City-based company serves the marketing and branding needs of the entire health industry, from hospitals, health systems and payers to medical device manufacturers, associations, certifying boards and others.