Women Leaders in Pharma Interview: Laura Zurlinden, Vice President of Business Development, Clinical Services in North America, PCI Pharma Services
The latest interview in the DCAT Alliance for Industry Women Committee’s Women Leaders in Pharma: An Interview Series features Laura Zurlinden, Vice President of Business Development, Clinical Services in North America, PCI Pharma Services. Watch her interview here.
Laura Zurlinden has over 25 years’ experience in the contract manufacturing/pharmaceutical industry space. She is currently the Vice President of Business Development, Clinical Services in North America for PCI Pharma Services. PCI Pharma Services is a global, integrated CDMO with sites in North America, Europe, UK and Australia. Laura leads the team that provides solutions for Packaging and Distribution of Pharmaceutical products for global clinical trials.
Prior to PCI, Laura worked at two other CDMO’s, Catalent and Sharp, where she held Business Development positions. Prior to that she spent several years in Packaging Material’s Sales in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry. Laura has leveraged her Degree of Packaging from Michigan State University which she is grateful for, to help guide her career.
The Women Leaders in Pharma: An Interview Series provides employees of DCAT Member Companies with the opportunity to hear from women industry leaders on a variety of timely and relevant topics.
In each interview, the women leaders from various DCAT Member Companies share their insights on career development, leadership, mentoring, networking, and more. The interviews are published at least once every other month, and the full listing of interviews can be found here.
About the Alliance for Industry Women Committee
DCAT’s Alliance for Industry Women Committee aims to educate, inspire, and empower women in the pharmaceutical industry. DCAT Member Company employees can join the Alliance for Industry Women LinkedIn group to engage in dialogue and share relevant information and resources with industry colleagues.