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

llow board members and of the announcement in general:

“BioConvergence is thrilled that our Board is comprised of people with the passion and know-how needed to take our firm to the next level. In the last year, each of the board members has been collaborating with internal teams to improve operations. Because of what we have accomplished, I am anticipating more great things for the Company and its clients in the coming year.”

Wright notes that the backgrounds and experience levels of the Board’s members will support and compliment the Company’s objectives.

Wright began her career in the pharmaceutical industry with firms such as Eli Lilly & Co., Cook Pharmaceutical Solutions, and Baxter Pharmaceutical Solutions. During her 25 years of experience, she identified many industry gaps; in response, she founded BioConvergence to help companies consolidate their supplier base, mitigate risk, and speed products to market, all in an effort to provide patients with better healthcare treatments. BioConvergence is in its seventh year of service.    

Erick Ponader, Partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, continues to serve BioConvergence as General Counsel.

For more information, please visit http://bioc.us/about-us/board-of-directors/

About BioConvergence

BioConvergence is a contract manufacturing organization for the life sciences industry, offering outsourcing partnerships for formulation development, testing, production, and supply chain services. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, they have over
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