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BioConvergence®, Contract Manufacturing Organization for the Life Sciences Industry, Announces New Board of Directors
Date:9/19/2013

Bloomington, IN (PRWEB) September 19, 2013

BioConvergence publicly announced today that they have appointed a new Board of Directors. Kathy Jackson was named as Chair, with Dr. Rafik Bishara, Ken Martlage, and Alisa Wright as board members.

Jackson is a senior executive consultant and a principal with Compete Indiana, LLC. She helps growing organizations to identify and correct strategic gaps within their businesses, especially when pertaining to employee care and customer satisfaction. Jackson guides her clients with the best practices and expertise she utilized over the past 12 years in her senior-level executive positions (including President and CEO of Novia CareClinics, LLC) and in her nearly 20 years spent as an educator.

Bishara is a well-known expert in the pharmaceutical supply chain distribution sector. His specialty of Good Cold Chain and Temperature-Controlled Management has led to numerous industry contributions. He has served on the board or as an advisor to many organizations (including Sensitech, Inc., Cryoport, and the World Health Organization); he is also the current Chair of the Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Interest Group (PCCIG) within the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA). He spent 35 years at Eli Lilly & Co. as Director, Quality Knowledge Management, and Technical Support.

Martlage coaches individuals, teams, and corporations in leadership development. He spent 28 years at Eli Lilly & Co. in various management positions and retired in 2000. The past 13 years have been dedicated to international consulting across multiple industries with Compete Indiana, LLC; Phoenix Images, Inc., and Tercon Consulting. His experience includes coaching senior management, team alignment, and facilitating organizational culture shift. Martlage also spent 12 years as a lecturer at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).

Alisa Wright, CEO of BioConvergence, said of her fe
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