Why Elizabeth Elfenbein Left The Bloc After Ten Years

The former partner and chief creative officer is carving a new path in 2018

After a decade as partner and chief creative officer at The Bloc, Elizabeth Elfenbein decided to close out 2017 with the decision to pursue new opportunities. It wasn’t a call she made lightly, by any means, and she leaves behind a legacy of creative vision and innovation that saw The Bloc become one of the most awarded health creative agencies in the world.

Elizabeth founded and served as editor in chief of the thought leadership platform Convergent Times 2010, which was later rebranded as HealthWellNext, as well as Happy Fuel a microblogging social network where uses connected over positive moments in their lives. In 2015, she founded the industry-first integrated social platform for caregivers called CaregiversSpeakUp.  She also founded HealthAwareNext and the social media-driven “Year Of Disease Awareness” initiative that focuses attention on a different condition or therapeutic need every month. Elizabeth has also served as Jury Chair for the Clio Health Awards. 

Shortly after making her decision to leave The Bloc, Elizabeth joined The Muse in our offices to discuss her 25 years in the business, and what the new future may hold...