Tonic Health Media has announced its continued expansion, appointing Anthony Fitzgerald to its Board.
Fitzgerald (featured image) was previously Multi-Channel Network’s chief executive for 15 years after joining from the Seven Network in 2003, after more than 18 years as Seven’s director of sales.
The appointment strengthens the renowned Tonic Health Media board who bring unparalleled experience in the public and private health sectors, media, general practice, medical research, finance and industry.
Tonic chairman Paul Robertson, AO says the appointment of Fitzgerald is a huge win for Tonic Health Media which is going from strength to strength.
Robertson said: “Anthony’s accomplishments during his stellar 30+ years in the media industry speak for themselves including growing the MCN business to a $1.2 billion operation during his reign as CEO.
“Anthony is a leader, innovator and media pioneer, so he’s the perfect person to join our Board.”
These sentiments were echoed by Tonic CEO, Dr Matthew Cullen who is delighted to welcome Fitzgerald to the Tonic team.
Cullen said: “Anthony has continually challenged the status quo for many years which is exactly what Tonic is doing.
“His vision, expertise and passion will help us meet our goal of improving health literacy and outcomes for all Australian.”
Fitzgerald said he is looking forward to joining the Tonic Health Media board.
Fitzgerald commented: “Tonic is an exciting company with a unique offering and has experienced significant growth in recent years.
“I was also attracted to Tonic’s genuine commitment to making a big difference to the lives of all Australians.”
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