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GlaxoSmithKline President of North America Pharmaceuticals, Deirdre Connelly, Named 2010 Woman of the Year by the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association
Date:2/16/2010

ars," noted for their accomplishments and contributions to the healthcare industry, will also be presented at the luncheon.

While the HBA annually receives many compelling nominations for the WOTY award, the 2010 HBA nominating committee overwhelmingly agreed that Ms. Connelly's many accomplishments embodied the criteria for Woman of the Year, which includes success in the healthcare industry, strong leadership capabilities, proven mentoring skills, dedication, a commitment to giving back to women, and contributions to the community. Described by others as an approachable and engaged leader, Ms. Connelly is widely recognized by her colleagues as a passionate advocate for mentoring and continuous learning.

"The Healthcare Businesswomen's Association is extremely proud to honor Deirdre Connelly as our 2010 Woman of the Year, and we are inspired by her visionary capabilities in setting a clear path for success in a changing marketplace," said Susan Torroella, president of the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association and COO of MEDEX Global Group. "In addition to her numerous career accomplishments, Ms. Connelly's values of commitment to patients, integrity, transparency and respect are widely heralded among all who know her.  Women leaders like Ms. Connelly serve as role models for all women in the healthcare industry, demonstrating first-hand the contributions we can all make to society."  

Ms. Connelly joined GlaxoSmithKline in February 2009, where she leads an organization of approximately 10,000 employees and over $14 billion in sales. As part of her current responsibilities, she helps shape the future of the company as a member of its global corporate executive team and co-chairs its research portfolio management board. Prior to joining GlaxoSmithKline last year, Ms. Connelly spent 24 years with
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