COLUMBIA, Maryland (November 9, 2023) – Maxim Healthcare Services (Maxim) announced that Megan Morrissey (Morrissey) will serve as Vice President of Marketing effective October 30, 2023. In this role, Morrissey will oversee all aspects of the company’s marketing and brand management strategies and campaigns.

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With two decades of experience in marketing and communications, Morrissey is a highly adept communicator having successfully launched data-driven strategies, implemented innovative campaigns and created unique digital experiences for consumers. Most recently, she served as Vice President of Marketing for the Thule Group, where she transformed the Thule brand into a global lifestyle brand by pioneering creative marketing and branding strategies, product launches, and spearheading regional initiatives.

“As a mission-driven company, we took great care and diligence to find a marketing executive who aligns with our values and culture,” said Maxim’s Chief Executive Officer, Jarrod DePriest. “Megan is a phenomenal leader who brings a proven track record of expertise and success, as well as a passion for people.”

Maxim, a national provider of home healthcare, personal and behavioral care, plays a vital role for some of the nation’s most medically fragile patients who often also require behavioral and community support. The company recently celebrated 35 years of providing patients with compassionate, holistic care both in the home and out in the community.

“I am excited to join Maxim and drive the company’s marketing strategy,” said Vice President of Marketing, Megan Morrissey. “Maxim has become a national leader in home healthcare and I look forward to advancing the mission and brand for the communities we serve.”

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