Tressie LaFay, a copywriter, is the newest hire at the Patient Experience Project.
LaFay is responsible for writing content across various mediums, including print and digital formats. Before joining the Patient Experience Project (PEP), she worked at SUNY Adirondack where she was responsible for writing and securing multimillion dollar grants, coordinating the college’s Title IX program, and assisting the President with numerous strategic, managerial, and community-focused initiatives. Previously, LaFay led interprofessional educational seminars at Columbia University for medical, dental, nursing and public health students.
She earned her master’s degree in narrative medicine from Columbia University in New York City and her bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Vermont in Burlington.
“Tressie is a talented writer and an exceptional multitasker,” Director of Content and Strategy Kristin Phillips said. “Those skills, along with her deep knowledge of healthcare, make her a perfect fit for her role at PEP.”
About the Patient Experience Project
The PEP is a full-service, patient-centric communications and marketing firm serving the healthcare, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries. PEP’s unique, nationally recognized approach centers around the collaboration of the foremost disease experts—patients themselves—to co-create authentic programs and content for patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals. Learn more about PEP career opportunities.