|Venue||The Address, Old Naas Road, Citywest|
|Date||Thursday, November 9th , 2023|
|Time||11:30 am - 2:00 pm|
Our Women in Leadership series for 2023 concludes with Louise Grubb, Co-Founder & CEO with Trivium Vet as our guest speaker. Louise is a serial life science entrepreneur with a track record for success. She has built businesses locally, grown them in south-east Ireland, and then sold them globally. Louise’s second start-up was ‘Q1 Scientific’ which was the first Irish company to specialise in the provision of a stability storage service, meeting the highest international standards, as required for the highly regulated pharma, medical devices and bio-sciences industries. Today Q1 Scientific can count some of the world’s top pharma companies as clients.
We’re delighted to also welcome Deb Mangone as the MC for this event. Deb is the Country Manager with Pfizer Healthcare Ireland, having been appointed into this role in September 2022.
We’re really looking forward to the conversation between these two leaders about their career journeys to date, some of the lessons learnt, challenges faced and what excites them for the future.
Please note that this series is not a women only event!
All members are most welcome to these inspiring and thought provoking leadership events.
Louise Grubb, Founder & CEO – Trivium Vet
Serial entrepreneur and inventor, Louise has founded a number of internationally successful life science businesses. Driven by innovation Louise is currently working on her third successful start-up, TriviumVet. TriviumVet develop innovative, novel veterinary therapeutics, working with veterinarians and specialists from all over the world to formulate, develop and commercialise medicines and diagnostics for use in companion animals.
Louise founded Q1 Scientific, a high tech stability storage company providing services to Ireland’s blue chip pharmaceutical companies which was acquired by Cambrex Group in June 2022. Previous to this Louise founded Nutriscience, a veterinary nutraceutical company which is now part of one of Europe’s leading animal health companies, Swedencare, and the products continue to be developed and manufactured in Waterford.
She is an advocate for promoting women entrepreneurs in the life science industry and encouraging people of all backgrounds to consider careers in STEM, Louise was awarded the IMAGE Business Woman of the Year 2023 Award in April of this year.
Deb Mangone, Country Manager – Pfizer Healthcare Ireland
In September 2022, Deb was appointed as County Manager, Pfizer Healthcare Ireland. In this role, Deb is responsible for Pfizer’s commercial business in Ireland, and is working to deliver breakthroughs that change patients’ lives.
Prior to this, Deb was Vice President, Pfizer Hospital, EU2 Cluster Lead. In this capacity, Deb led a diverse team of approximately 200 colleagues, and was responsible for Pfizer’s Hospital business across Germany, Italy, Russia, Belarus, Turkey, Poland, Greece, Cyprus and Malta. During her time working in Pfizer Hospital, Deb focused on delivering treatment options and breakthroughs for some of the most pressing health issues, including AMR and COVID-19.
Prior to this role, Deb was Pfizer Finland Country Manager. Deb led Pfizer Finland for nearly 2 years, all during the COVID-19 pandemic. During this time, Deb was a Board member of the industry association and led the conversation for Pfizer Finland both internally and externally. Deb joined Pfizer in 2001 and has held several enabling function positions of increasing responsibility and scope including Vice President, Executive Operations, NYHQ Site Lead and Chief of Staff to CEO Albert Bourla. Preceding Pfizer, Deb worked for Kozmo.com, Ernst & Young and Tompkins Associates, Inc. as an engineer and general consultant. She holds BS and MS degrees in Industrial Engineering from North Carolina State University and an MBA from Columbia University. She lives in Dublin, with her husband, son, and daughter. In her free time, she loves being with her family and enjoys cooking and baking. She also finds time for yoga and exercise, reading and travel.
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