Join us on May 9 for WOTY West Join us at Genentech in South San Francisco to celebrate HBA’s Women of the Year (WOTY) on May 9. Network with healthcare leaders and watch the live telecast of the event from New York.
On March 4, the HBA Boston chapter, led by volunteer engagement director, Kelly Linehan, gathered together to honor several outstanding volunteers and their service to the chapter as well as to provide insights into the value of volunteering. (See separate story on recipients of the CAP award.)
After a welcome by volunteer engagement director, Kelly Linehan, our chapter’s incoming president, Nicolette Sherman, honored outstanding HBA Boston chapter volunteers with Contribution and Participation (CAP) awards. Of the winners, there were three individuals and one special group receiving awards.
HBA Chicago offers the unique opportunity to go beyond the professional connections and become a great personal network as well. We share common threads in our lives, from life-balance, wanting to make a difference, finding the right job, leadership challenges, that when woven together enrich our lives.
By Natalie Benamou, president-elect HBA Chicago
Our programs and mentoring are a mainstay of the HBA. We are excited about bringing you quality programs that will build your knowledge and expose you to new information, connections, or skills in 2013.
It is a great time to be in healthcare. We are at the forefront of change in this industry and the HBA is here to fuel your career, connect you with people that matter, and inspire you to take action.
The HBA Europe chapter and eyeforpharma, a hub for senior-level pharma executives, patient advocacy groups and other health experts to exchange ideas and stay up to date with shifting trends and practices within the pharmaceutical industry, are announcing their first steps to building a long-lasting strategic alliance. Both parties have started intense discussions about developing a fruitful partnership and are exploring avenues for sharing and exchanging ideas and experiences in this regard. Further discussions are scheduled to be held from a global perspective.
by Catherine Foo, Genentech USA, Inc.
A new addition to the regular line up of the HBA San Francisco chapter’s programming is the HB8 Supper Club. While similar in name to the dine-around events, HB8 differs in that there is no speaker or presentation - just informal social interactions between you and seven other HBA members. Each dinner brings together a table of up to eight HBA members and will be hosted by a board member or a member from the programs committee.
Tips for enjoying HB8 Supper Club events:
By Priya Mitty
The 'Changing World and Lifestyle' event on Feb. 6th at Genentech, Inc. featured Sheila Babnis, global head of innovation management, Product Development for Roche, and Nelli Theyel, currently completing a doctoral dissertation in management studies with a focus on innovation management at the University of Cambridge.
Congratulations to Mia Lyst for being recognized as our Volunteer of Quarter 2, 2013. Mia comes to the HBA organization from Pinnacle Solutions where she is a director for development and business analytics. Mia volunteers on the HBA Indiana chapter corporate relations committee and is a cross functional partner on the marketing committee.
by Sheri Staak
At first, it may seem there is little correlation between the lighthearted, humorous world of improv comedy and the serious, no-nonsense world of business leadership. After all, we tend to think of one as play and the other as work. They’re at two opposite ends of the spectrum, right? Maybe so, but business and improv have much more in common than you might think–or at least, they should.