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Jan Jones General Manager Corporate Relations

Life Pharmacy appoints Jan Jones as General Manager Corporate Relations

Life Pharmacy Limited (NZX:LPL) has announced the appointment of Jan Jones to the position of General Manager Corporate Relations, with overall responsibility for government relations, corporate communications, investor relations and human resources.

Jan has been with Life Pharmacy since 2005 when she joined the company as Human Resource Manager.

Before becoming a human resources professional Jan trained as a microbiologist and worked for a number of medical and pharmaceutical companies in research roles, later moving into sales and general management positions.

“Jan occupies a key new role in a small and focussed leadership team,” says Life Pharmacy Chief Executive Officer Philip Ingham. “Her responsibilities include establishing the corporate infrastructure and processes and managing the relationships that we need to grow the company.”

She holds a B.Sc. in zoology from Victoria University and a graduate diploma in human resource management from Massey University.

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About Life Pharmacy
Life Pharmacy Limited owns the Life Pharmacy brand and holds a 49 percent shareholding in 17 pharmacy companies, representing 16 of the 21 Life Pharmacy stores operating throughout New Zealand. Stores are located in Auckland, Hamilton, Bay of Plenty, Wellington and Christchurch.

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