My interest in pharmacoeconomic data for managed care decision making inspired me to found the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research. There, I developed the first national and international congresses and was the business editor for ISPOR’s journal. Before Xcenda, I was a partner and president of several market access consultancies and acting vice president of payer strategy at a large pharmaceutical manufacturer.
I earned my bachelor’s in communications and business from Purdue University, completed graduate work in business and health administration at UCLA and UC Berkeley, as well as graduate work in art history. I speak and moderate events at Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association and Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy.