Mog & Springer Communications is an independently-owned, private practice consultancy which specializes in working with clinical-stage pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies in their earliest stages, helping them establish their foundational story, driving business strategy and growth. Mog and Springer’s clients are largely privately-owned, early-stage clinical companies across multiple therapeutic areas.
Mog & Springer Communications understands the evolving communication needs of start-up organizations, working well and often with other specialty agencies. Mog and Springer has expertise across multiple therapeutic areas and deep expertise in crisis communications, media relations and clinical story development, providing strategy, counsel, and execution all-in-one.
Elizabeth’s work in journalism, global corporate communications, and media relations spans 20 years. She specializes in strategy development, crisis communications and management, executive coaching, and preparation, problem-solving, risk and corporate brand reputation management.
Elizabeth spent the last decade working in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry as a global communications executive for Alcon, a Novartis Company and the eye health company, Bausch + Lomb. Prior to working in the health care industry, she was a medical journalist for Nexstar Broadcasting (CBS) in Rochester, NY, and member of the American Association for Health Care Journalists, specializing in evidence-based reporting. Early in her career she held roles in broadcast journalism and health care public relations.
Elizabeth’s work in journalism and corporate communications has been recognized by the Associated Press, NYS Broadcaster’s Association, Emmy Awards and most recently the Telly Awards for excellence in corporate executive communications. She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and lives in the Greater Philadelphia area with her husband, Peter and their beloved dog, Monty and cat, Jasper.