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Laura Greiner

Laura Greiner, WebMD’s vice president of channel services, oversees the strategy, programming, and production of content initiatives supported by WebMD sponsors and other partners.  Greiner manages the client delivery services team and leads cross-functional teams dedicated to the program management and site integration of multi-component content programs.  Greiner has been with WebMD since July 2000.

Before joining WebMD, Greiner spent nine years with the national office of the American Cancer Society (ACS) in Atlanta, most recently as director of collaborative relations. At the ACS, Greiner cultivated a new organizational focus on building relationships with other nonprofits and represented the American Cancer Society on multiple national collaborations and coalitions. She also worked on numerous cause-related marketing programs and patient education initiatives supported by national corporate sponsors.

Greiner has a bachelor's degree in speech from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.

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