Lisa Henderson rejoins Epsilon

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Lisa Henderson has rejoined Epsilon in its strategic database solutions group as a senior vice president and sector leader for its healthcare services team.

Ms. Henderson, who brings nearly 30 years of experience, including 18 years at Epsilon serving Fortune 2000 clients, will be based in the corporation's Wakefield, MA, office and will report to Michael Lavoie, executive vice president of commercial client services.

Bryan Kennedy, Epsilon's chief operating officer and president of the strategic database solutions group, said Ms. Henderson had distinguished herself at Epsilon earlier in her career by delivering breakthrough results for brands such as Nordstrom and IBM.

Ms. Henderson started her career at Epsilon, where she rapidly rose from account executive to vice president based on her ability to generate dramatic program results and delight her clients. Most recently, as vice president, Henderson has managed the marketing services team at Extraprise Group in Boston, a company dedicated to unleashing customer insights to deliver better sales results.

Ms. Henderson joined Extraprise Group after it acquired Berkley Enterprise partners, a strategic consulting company she had joined in 1999 as vice president of client services. Henderson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tufts University.

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