Sinclair Institute® Announces New President Patrick Smith
HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., Oct. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Since 1991, and with over 2.5 million happy customers, the Sinclair Institute® is the leading and most respected source for information, guidance and products focused on improving the quality of sexual health, intimacy and relationships.
Sinclair has the largest and most highly awarded sex education library. Working with leading experts, medical doctors, professional sex educators and therapists, Sinclair creates the most effective, solution-based products that work by fostering communication and creativity between partners.
Sinclair is as committed as ever to being the foremost leader in the sexual health category. In 2012, Peggy Oettinger, President since the company’s founding in 1991, announced her retirement. Leading the charge for Sinclair Institute, Patrick Smith was named the new President in July of 2012. Smith comes to Sinclair Institute bringing a successful background in consumer products where he held several executive level positions. His specialties include eCommerce strategy and growth, something of great benefit to Sinclair Institute and their two eCommerce sites, www.BetterSex.com and www.SinclairInstitute.com. Additionally, Smith brings a flourished history of B2B successes working with a majority of the mass-market leaders.
When asked about his plans for the future of the Sinclair Institute Smith said, “I’m committed to growing our position as an authority on sexual health. Since 1991 Sinclair has provided millions of people with an opportunity to better their sex lives. Sinclair award winning programs are utilized by sex educators and therapists around the world and I’m thrilled to be a part of these great brands.”
Smith has done exactly that, fostering relationships with the Sinclair Advisory Council, composed of well-known sex educators, therapists, and researchers from across the country, and launching webinars connecting the public with certified sex therapists focusing on topics important to them.
SOURCE Sinclair Institute