Tomorrow’s Executives Gives a Voice for Young Professionals in HBA.
Let us Empower You.
Who We Are
Tomorrow’s Executives is HBA’s young professional affinity group dedicated to the professional development of men and women with <10 years of experience in the healthcare industry.
What We Do
Tomorrow’s Executives mission is to promote the professional advancement and impact of young professionals in the healthcare industry through leadership development education, skill building volunteer opportunities, and networking with peers and industry leaders.
Why We Do It
Tomorrow’s Executives started in NY/NJ region 10 years ago with the desire to give young professionals a voice and empower young professionals to use that voice to dictate their own professional growth.
Where We Are Going
By 2021 we aim to be established in all eight HBA Regions. This will be done through the activation of current young professional members and deepening the engagement with HBA corporate partners through their young professional or generational resource groups.
How You Can Help
Tomorrow’s Executives is in its startup phase as a global affinity group. Please check out our volunteer opportunities page to see how you can help us grow.
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2019 Tomorrow's Executive co-leads:
I have been involved in the HBA since March 2017. I first joined because I was a post-doctoral fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and looking to transition into an industry position and I wanted to expand my network. I initially served as a volunteer with membership and volunteer engagement in the HBA Boston chapter, primarily running the First Wednesday event at The Meadhall where I’ve met so many of you! In January 2018, an opportunity opened up and I began my term as the director at large of membership and volunteer engagement for HBA Boston.
In my full-time job, I am a senior scientist at Torque Therapeutics where I work on the cell discovery and analytics team. Prior to joining Torque, I was involved in the Postdoc Leadership Council at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, advocating for the many talented BWH post-docs. I worked to start a program to connect current BWH post-docs with former BWH post-docs who have gone on to successful careers in industry and academia.
I am passionate about helping women, especially young women and trainees, develop their careers. I believe that a strong network is critical to success. Together, this is what motivated the formation of Tomorrow’s Executives in the HBA New England region along with my other talented and passionate HBA colleagues.
I have been an HBA member since March 2015, and a volunteer since March 2017. I first started volunteering when I moved to Boston and was looking for ways to expand my network. I was initially responsible for supporting the First Wednesday networking events in Boston. When the HBA Boston chapter moved to a regional model in 2018, I had the opportunity to join the Waltham board as director at large of membership and volunteer engagement.
Over the last couple of years, we have recognized the desire for more programming aimed at trainees and those earlier in their career. This has motivated us to create the Tomorrow’s Executives affinity group for the HBA New England region, and we’re pleased to be partnering with global HBA colleagues to develop a more comprehensive program.
In my full-time job, I am an associate director of R&D communications at Alkermes, part of the public affairs team. Prior to joining Alkermes, I held PR and communications positions at Medidata and Chandler Chicco Agency, now part of Syneos Health. I was honored to be recognized as a 2019 HBA Rising Star.