We are excited to announce that Katy Romero will be joining as Director of Marketing One Medical for Business, overseeing initiatives targeted at engaging businesses who are seeking innovative primary care solutions for their workforce.
Katy has been a One Medical member since 2012 (first in New York, now in California). Prior to joining One Medical, Katy was most recently at Google, where she led Nest's global energy and partnership marketing practice. There she drove all of Nest’s partner marketing, content strategy, channel marketing, and social impact strategy. Prior to Nest, Katy spent six years at Google's innovation and thought-leadership consultancy the Zoo, working with Google’s largest brand marketing partners like Toyota, Ford, Nike, AT&T, Tide, Cover Girl, and Nestle. And before Google, she spent five years at Toyota leading digital and social media for corporate marketing.
Katy is passionate about brands that make an impact in the world. While at Google, she built the Zoo’s social impact strategy practice, working with partners like the American Cancer Society and St. Jude, and was a founding member of Planned Parenthood’s technology and innovation council.
In her words, joining One Medical is a “dream job” as she is a true believer that One Medical's patient-centered dedication to primary care and its unique technology is well poised to deliver real solutions to one of the most pressing issues of our generation: healthcare.
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