TITUSVILLE, NJ - August 1, 2017 – For more than a dozen years, PharmaVOICE magazine has been recognizing the most inspirational, motivational, and transformative individuals throughout the life-sciences industry in its annual July/August PharmaVOICE 100 issue. These individuals illustrate what it means to think bigger, do more, and lead with passion and integrity.
This year's distinguished honorees were nominated by thousands of PharmaVOICE readers and were selected for inclusion based on substantive accounts describing how they have inspired or motivated their colleagues, peers, and even competitors; their positive impact on patients, their organizations, and the industry at large; their innovative and game-changing strategies and thinking; their mentorship and guidance to the next generation of leaders; as well as their willingness to give their time and resources to their communities and philanthropic causes.
The PharmaVOICE 100 is the premier awards program whose honorees represent a broad cross section of the global life-sciences industry, including the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, contract research, clinical trial, research and development, patient education, advertising, digital, marketing, technology, academia, as well as multiple other sectors. This diverse group of individuals is also unique in that they represent a wide variety of functional areas — ranging from the clinic to the C-suite.
"This must-read issue has become one of the most-anticipated and highly regarded publications of the year, and it is our great pleasure to showcase the 100 men and women who are demonstrating inspired leadership, collaborating across the life-sciences ecosystem, creating transformative and innovative changes, disrupting the status quo, and building relationships to position the industry in the best way possible to serve the ultimate stakeholders: patients," says Taren Grom, Editor and Co-founder of PharmaVOICE. "We are also pleased to recognize our Red Jacket Award honorees. This hall of fame award honors individuals who have been recognized previously as a PharmaVOICE 100 honoree. They cross a multitude of industry sectors and they have raised the bar in terms of what it means to be an inspired leader for their teams, their companies, their communities, and for the industry at large. They are inspired leaders for today and tomorrow."
The 2017 Red Jacket Award honorees are: Jim Curtis, President, Remedy Health Media; Cameron Durrant, M.D., Chairman and CEO, Humanigen Inc.; Terry Herring, President, Commercial Operations, Mission Pharmacal; Brian Loew, CEO, Inspire; Matt McNally, President Digitas Health, Chief Media Officer, Publicis Health; Jules Mitchel, CEO, Target Health; and Wendy White, Founder, Wendy White Consulting.
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We also encourage you to join the Celebration September 14 in New York City, where we will be recognizing this year's honorees as well as PharmaVOICE 100 honorees throughout the years. This is the one event designed to encourage collaboration and networking among a diverse and executive leadership audience. For more details about the third annual PharmaVOICE 100 Celebration, please go to: http://www.pharmavoice.com/pv100-celebration/
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Taren Grom, Editor