TOWSON, MD, January 19, 2022 – Rare Patient Voice LLC, a leading market research patient recruitment firm, has announced another first quarter round of promotions and changes to staff, following an initial round earlier this month.
“I’m happy to share more changes to our staff that will further strengthen the work and services that Rare Patient Voice provides to our clients, patients, and caregivers. Three staffers have received well-deserved promotions, and one valued staffer has made a move to a new team,” said Wes Michael, president and founder of Rare Patient Voice. “Many of them spent time early on in their careers with RPV as Patient Advocates, which I think speaks to their shared dedication to the patient and caregiver community and helping their voices be heard.”
Felecia Bryant has been promoted to Project Manager, having joined Rare Patient Voice in 2019. As someone living with a chronic illness as well as being a Breast Cancer survivor herself, Felecia feels her personal experience helps her to better meet the needs of patients and caregivers with understanding and care.
Sarah Sanders has been promoted to Senior Project Manager. Sarah started at RPV in 2016 in data entry and soon became a Patient Advocate, going on to work in data operations, proposal development, and project management.
Chantel Thompson has been promoted to Senior Project Manager. Chantel was first introduced to Rare Patient Voice as a panelist and then joined the company as a Patient Advocate in 2017. As someone living with Multiple Sclerosis, she understands the daily struggles that patients and caregivers experience and is passionate about advocacy and Rare Patient Voice.
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About Rare Patient Voice
Rare Patient Voice, LLC provides patients and caregivers an opportunity to voice their opinions through surveys and interviews to improve medical products and services. RPV has over 100,000 patients and caregivers across more than 700 diseases, both rare and non-rare. Visit us at www.rarepatientvoice.com.