Sean Griffith, a Key Account Manager at Amgen is best known for being the ex-husband of NEWS anchor Jovita Moore who is being reported to have passed away on October 29 after suffering from glioblastoma.
Griffith is a graduate of Mercer University Stetson School of Business and Economics for an MBA in Marketing 1999 – 2001. He did his degree at Xavier University 1984 – 1988.
Sean Griffith Career
Griffith’s LinkedIn account says he is currently a key account manager for Amgen, a biopharmaceutical company based out of Thousand Oaks, California. He began the role in September 2019 and is responsible for developing and executing innovative strategies to reach difficult health care providers and accounts. Builds and develops professional relationships with key customer decision-makers.
He has also worked for Boehringer Ingelheim as a Key Account Manager and District Sales Manager, Epigenetic Diagnostic Specialist at MDxHealth, Manager Strategic Accounts at Kaiser Permanente, and Pfizer Pharmaceuticals as a State Business Manager in Georgia.
Griffith writes in his Linkedln about that he is a Sales Team Leader with twenty years of pharmaceutical sales experience which include successful developmental assignments in Marketing, Human Resources, and Training/Leadership Training. Good business acumen, negotiation skills, and strategically focused.
Sean Griffith & Jovita Moore
Moore was reportedly married to Griffith with the earliest known timeframe the couple was married was in 2014. In May 2011, Moore posted on Twitter, “My husband walked in the kitchen and asked, ‘What the h are you doing?’”
In 2015, it was reported the two were no longer an item after fans noticed Moore was no longer wearing a wedding ring. One person posted on Twitter in January 2015, “Is @JovitaMoore going through a divorce? She never wears her wedding ring anymore…”
Jovita Moore Death & Cause
Atlanta news anchor Jovita Moore died Thursday night, October 28 seven months after being diagnosed with an incurable and aggressive form of brain cancer. Moore, 53, “passed peacefully” as “as she wanted,” with her family by her side, her co-anchor at WSB-TV, Justin Farmer shared on Friday morning.
She is survived by her children Shelby, Joshua, and Lauren, and her mother Yvonne.
Doctors had discovered two tumors on her brain earlier this year after Moore started noticing odd symptoms and nearly passed out at a grocery store. “I was concerned about why, all of a sudden, I was forgetful and disoriented. Just not feeling myself, and feeling like I was in a fog,” she said in April.
Moore was diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of cancer that can affect the brain or spinal cord. Though there was no cure for her, Moore underwent radiation and chemotherapy to slow down cancer’s progress.
Gutted by the passing of our dear friend and colleague Jovita Moore. Jovita passed last night with her family by her side.
She was a beautiful soul who loved Ch. 2, her friends and family and always repped the ATL.
Please send your love and prayers to her family.
Love u Jo 💔 pic.twitter.com/5XnMLGDaGP
— Zach Klein (@ZachKleinWSB) October 29, 2021