The Boston Scientific Women’s Network Boston Chapter and the HBA hosted the event “Navigating Corporate Politics”. The featured presenter was Sandra Glucksmann, Senior Vice President of Research and Business Operations at Cerulean Pharma.
HBA Boston Chapter honors volunteer leaders Valerie Cullen, Dana Shkolny, and Kristie Whitehouse
Greater Philadelphia HBA members gathered on April 13, 2010 for the sold-out event “Train Your Brain for Peak Performance”.
In recognition of the “Year of the Chapter”, the HBA Chicago chapter created two 3-minute videos that provide personal perspectives from industry leaders and HBA members.
The Chicago Chapter took a leadership role in developing two Illuminating Leaders snapshots. The objective was to showcase the personal benefits of HBA membership and the professional value of attending the annual leadership conference.
Chicago HBA members gathered to explore the impact of communication style on the likelihood of achieving a desired outcome.
Stephanie Colotti, Vice President/Principal Consultant at Validant Consulting was named March volunteer of the month for her work in having a 50% success rate in getting inactive members to renew membership.
The EuroVoice features the latest news from the European Chapter, including a letter from the chapter president and interviews with industry leaders.
Plan to join the HBA Greater Philadelphia for this interactive, participatory and FUN! session to discover how to train your brain for improved mental functioning. We will discuss and apply ways to boost your brain’s information-processing ability to expand attention, capacity, concentration and memory. Further, attendees will learn effective approaches to take control of emotions and thoughts for better focus, productivity and lower stress levels.
Wherever you are, wherever you’ve been or wherever you want to go in your career, the RTP HBA Mentoring Program is designed to provide women in healthcare the support and information they need to succeed. This program is exclusively offered for members of HBA. It is a six-month long program that is structured to help members explore their professional career goals while building relationships that will continue to grow well into the future.