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Tonic Life director quits to become head of Tuberous Sclerosis Association

12th April 2017

Tonic Life senior director Louise Fish has been named as the new chief executive officer of the Tuberous Sclerosis Association.

Ms Fish will step down from her post with Tonic Life in order to take up her new role with the charity on June 5th. She was appointed as a Tonic Life director around 18 months ago, having previously served as joint head of Portland's healthcare team, reports PRWeek.

Her varied comms career has also seen her act as comms director at the National Institute for Clinical Excellence and for the NHS Confederation, in addition to stints with agencies such as Fishburn Hedges and Hanover.

The Tuberous Sclerosis Association offers support for families of babies born with tuberous sclerosis, a genetic condition that affects the brain, eyes, heart, skin and other organs, while providing grants to research organisations.

Ms Fish said: "My focus is to make sure that everything the Tuberous Sclerosis Association does supports the community's vision of providing hope for today and a cure for tomorrow."

She has been appointed as the successor to Dr Jane Spink, who is leaving to become chief executive of Genetic Alliance UK.

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