Job Title: Vice President, Business Development, Life Sciences
Industry: Healthcare Technology
Mentor Since: Fall 2006
Will Mentor: Graduate Students, Undergrad Students
I'm responsible for the sale and delivery of InformedDNA's solutions for the life science industry.
InformedDNA is the largest and most experienced independent genetics services company in the United States and strives to evolve healthcare into a more personalized and efficient experience.
I've worked in business development consulting, marketing, sales leadership throughout my career at mostly large healthcare oriented firms.
BA University of Washington
MBA Seattle University
Mentoring Objectives & Scope
I will help people understand the value of networking, how to network, how to prepare for interviews, how to target roles that will position them for future opportunities, resume discussions, how to leverage school work to position oneself for advancement or demonstrate certain competencies in the workplace, I expect people to meet in the early morning (7:30 am normally); sometimes I can meet in advance of an SU lecture series.
When and where do you hold meetings with your students?
I prefer to hold meetings in the early morning 7:30-8:30. I can also meet prior to Seattle University educational lectures. Late afternoons can work too on Mercer Island.