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Jon Fairest

President
Sanofi

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Jon Fairest has more than 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry. During this time he has proven himself a strong, inspirational manager who has led teams through significant change and achieved success in many cultures and markets.

He began his career with Bayer UK in 1993 and held various positions with the company’s sales and marketing teams over the next eight years. He joined Sanofi in 2001 and held positions in sales and business support in the UK before moving to Bulgaria in 2006, where he managed the Sanofi affiliate’s integration with Aventis.

In 2007 he moved to Finland, where he launched the Sanofi affiliate’s consumer health portfolio and implemented a new reimbursement and tender management system. In 2010, he was appointed General Manager of the Sanofi affiliate in Portugal. During his tenure there, he put in place a new commercial structure and refocused the business on growth opportunities.

Jon Fairest assumed his current responsibilities as President and CEO of Sanofi Canada in May 2012. He is leading the affiliate’s transformation into a diversified healthcare solutions company whose offerings include patented medicines, consumer health products, medical devices and innovative partnerships with stakeholders.

In addition to his duties at Sanofi Canada, Jon Fairest chairs the Prairies Committee of Rx&D, Canada’s Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies, and serves on the board of the ACT Foundation of Canada, a charitable organization dedicated to establishing free CPR as a mandatory program in Canadian high schools.

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Christian Lauterbach

President and CEO
Bayer

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Michael Tremblay

President
Astellas

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John Haslam

President
Alexion

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Patrick Cashman

President
Lundbeck

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With nearly 25 years of global experience in pharmaceutical management, Patrick Cashman oversees the Canadian research and commercial operations for Lundbeck’s Canadian subsidiary. Lundbeck is a Danish leading pharmaceutical company highly committed to improving the quality of life for people suffering from brain diseases and cancer.

Mr. Cashman joined Lundbeck in 1998 and established the company’s operations in Mexico, becoming the Regional Vice President for Latin America. In 2005, he was named President of Lundbeck USA, where he expanded the company’s activities in the American market.

Since Patrick Cashman became the President of Lundbeck Canada in 1998, sales nearly doubled. In 2010 and 2011, Lundbeck Canada was among the 50 fastest growing Canadian pharmaceutical companies. Mr. Cashman also contributed to the development of a successful oncology business unit in Canada, the first with Lundbeck globally.

Mr. Cashman believes in the importance of creating working conditions that foster employee mobilization and engagement. For the past three years, Lundbeck Canada has been recognized among the top 20 employers in Montreal, where the head office is based.

Prior to joining Lundbeck in 1998, Mr. Cashman performed management roles in companies including Monsanto, Pfizer, and Smithkline Beecham.

Mr. Cashman holds a Masters of Business Administration Degree with Honours from Thunderbird School of International Business as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2014, he received the “Eyeforpharma” International Lifetime Achievement Award for recognizing the needs of patients and their families living with mental illness and for always putting the patient first.

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Russell Williams

President
Rx&D

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Russell Williams is a passionate advocate for innovation in health care and in economic development. Since joining Rx&D in March 2004, Mr. Williams has promoted policies that improve patient outcomes by expanding patient choice and access to new medicines and vaccines. He works tirelessly to ensure that Canada is a world leader in attracting biopharmaceutical investments, which are key components of the knowledge-based economy.

Under Mr. Williams’ leadership, the association’s Code of Ethical Practices has been significantly enhanced to ensure that all member companies adhere to the highest standards of ethics. He has participated actively in numerous provincial working groups and task forces aimed at improving the partnership between industry, governments and stakeholders.

Prior to joining Rx&D, Mr. Williams had a successful career in provincial politics and community service. For fifteen years, he represented the Montreal riding of Nelligan in the National Assembly of Quebec. During his career as Liberal MNA, he led numerous public policy debates on important and complex issues, such as the role of government in research and development (R&D), compensation for victims of contaminated blood, linguistic policy, access to services for the disabled, and pre-hospital emergency services. He is well known for his dedication and perseverance as an advocate for individual rights and government services focused on the needs of its citizens. He continues active volunteer involvement in palliative care.

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Peter Brenders

General Manager
Genzyme

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Prior to his appointment as the Canadian General Manager at Genzyme, a Sanofi Company, in 2012, Peter Brenders was President & CEO of BIOTECanada for almost 8 years. Prior to this he worked in senior management roles in health and corporate affairs at Genzyme and Schering-Plough Canada. Mr. Brenders has also worked in the Ontario Ministry of Health and in the health consulting practice at KPMG. Mr. Brenders is currently a member of the Department of Foreign Affairs Trade and Development's Life Sciences Advisory Board and on the board of directors of Research Canada and The Cameron Institute. He has served as a member of the Advisory Board for the National Research Council's (NRC) Institute for Marine Biosciences and the NRC's Institute for Nutrisciences, and Health, and was an Industry Advisor for the Atlantic Canada Opportunity Agency's Atlantic Innovation Fund Committees for Aquaculture and Biotechnology Sector and Health and Medical Sector. Peter has also been a member of the Advisory Council for Algonquin College's biotechnology program, a member of the Privy Council Office's Reference Group on Regulating, a Board member and Treasurer of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario Foundation, and has served as the Chair of its Toronto Chapter of the Canadian College of Health Services Executives. Mr. Brenders received his MBA, in Health Services Management from McMaster University. Prior to his brief work in basic research at the Robarts Research Institute, he received his Honours BSc in Pharmacology and Toxicology from the University of Western Ontario.

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Richard Blickstead

President and CEO
Canadian Diabetes Association

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Ricks specializes in strategic organization revitalization, governance, stakeholder management, complex systems thinking, and executional excellence within healthcare, population health, and consumer-centric organizations.

He is currently the President and CEO of the Canadian Diabetes Association, a national health charity and the past CEO of the Wellesley Institute, a national applied research and policy think tank focused on advancing population health. Rick is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto, a Fellow of MaRS-Social Innovation Generation, and was latterly a President of RONA Retail, Wal-Mart FJ USA, Dylex- BW Stores, and Peoples Jewellers amongst others.

Rick is a Director and Past Chair of Imperial Manufacturing Group, Board Treasurer of Regis College at the University of Toronto, a Director of World Presidents Organization: Ontario Chapter, Director and Treasurer of the Harvard Club of Toronto. He is a Past-Director of the Toronto Central LHIN, Past Chair of Centennial College’s Centre for Applied Research and Innovation, Past Governor of the Canadian Centre for Diversity, and a past-Director of the Toronto Board of Trade where he now contributes to city building as a member of its Policy and Advocacy Committee.

Rick is a graduate of the joint Non-Profit Management Certificate program at the Harvard Business and Kennedy Schools, and has an MBA from the University of Toronto, a B. Comm. from Carleton University, and is an alumnus of Bishop’s College School.

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Rob Oliphant

President and CEO
Asthma Society

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Robert Oliphant is the President and CEO of the Asthma Society of Canada, a national health charity with educational, advocacy and support programs for 3 million Canadian children and adults with asthma and related allergies.

From 2008 to 2011, Rob served as Member of Parliament of Canada, representing the riding of Don Valley West in the House of Commons, where he served as the Official Opposition Critic for Multiculturalism and for Veterans Affairs.

Rob received his Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto and worked in industry as a Systems Accountant. He has a Masters of Divinity from the Vancouver School of Theology, at the University of British Columbia, and a Doctorate from the Chicago Theological Seminary at the University of Chicago.

Following ordination by the United Church of Canada, he served in churches in rural Quebec, Toronto and Whitehorse. He has also worked as Senior Advisor to Ontario Premier, the Hon. David Peterson, and subsequently was Chief of Staff to two Ontario Cabinet Ministers.

Most recently, Rob served on the Steering Committee of Better Care Faster, an Ontario Coalition for Innovation in Health Care and was on the Steering Committee for the National Lung Health Framework. He continues as a member of the Governing Council of the Health Charities Coalition of Canada. In June 2013, he was elected President of the Global Allergy and Asthma Patient Platform (GAAPP), an international network of over 30 national allergy and asthma patient organizations.

In 2013, he was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal by the Governor General of Canada in recognition of his contributions to Canada upon nomination by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.

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Katharina Staub

President
Canadian Premature Babies Foundation

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Katharina’s professional training is in language education. She holds a B. Ed. from the University of Alberta in Edmonton and a B.A. in Primary Education from the University of Zurich, Switzerland. Katharina has worked in an international setting for many years and has expertise in the areas of international recruitment and communications. She speaks German, French and English.

Most importantly though, Katharina is the mother of preterm twins born at 27 weeks gestation in 2008 in Edmonton, Alberta. This is when Katharina became convinced that there needed to be an increase in public awareness about prematurity and better information and education of parents during pregnancy. In 2009, Katharina met Silke Mader, the founder of the European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants, EFCNI. After having seen what great work was done by EFCNI across Europe, Katharina knew there was a need for a national Canadian organisation for Premature Babies. In Canada, Québec was the only province that had a professional association for premature babies, Préma-Québec led by Ginette Mantha, has supported families for 10 years across the province.

CPBF- FBPC was founded in 2012 by Katharina together with experts and stakeholders. Many staff, families and industry have helped along the way and have supported the creation of this foundation.

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Gilles Fortin

Director of Patient Engagement
AbbVie

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Gilles Fortin was appointed Director, Patient Engagement in April 2013. In this newly created role unique to Canada, Gilles is responsible for maximizing patient outcomes in the disease areas in which we operate. The new patient engagement structure regroups the Adherence, PROGRESS patient support program for Immunology, and the Community Relations teams under Gilles’ responsibility.

Over the last 20 years, Gilles has occupied several key functions at the Director level and has been a member of the Affiliate Management Team since 2004. His previous responsibilities included leading the Customer Excellence division, as well as the Abbott Nutrition and the Primary Care marketing teams.

Prior to joining AbbVie, Gilles spent seven years in sales and marketing with the pharmaceutical firm Lederle. Gilles holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the Université du Québec.

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Kathy Foris

Vice President of Scientific Affairs
LEO pharma

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Don Baker

President
DTC Direct

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President of DTC Direct in Montreal, Don has been in the direct marketing industry for more than 25 years and an active member and awards Judge at the DMA. Don started his direct marketing career working for an advertising agency and opened his own agency in 1989. While the initial years were devoted to consumer marketing, today’s focus is 100% pharmaceutical direct marketing. Don pioneered building permission-based patient databases and in 2012 began building a rare disease patient database -- a first in North America. He brings a wealth of experience and insight to direct-to-consumer programs from finding the right patient, obtaining permission to communicate with them, creating meaningful dialogue and measuring what works and doesn’t for future programs. While DTC Direct programs help clients obtain their brand objectives, Don is most proud of the way their programs empower patients and lead to better health outcomes.

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Zal Press

Executive Director
Patient Commando

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Zal Press is an internationally recognized patient activist leader and speaker.

He is the Co-Chair of the Beryl Institute Global Patient and Family Advisory Council. The Beryl Institute is the global community of practice and premier thought leader on improving the patient experience in healthcare, with over 20,000 members worldwide.

In 2011, he founded Patient Commando to organize patients around critical health issues and amplify their voice through authentic Patient Experience programming such as:

  • The only patient developed Continuing Medical Education program for healthcare professionals accredited by the College of Family Physicians that improves communications between patients and professionals.
  • Award winning live stage events that present the patient experience in creative and innovative ways.
  • A website with the most diverse collection of patient stories in any medium that enriches our understanding of the lived illness experience.

For 25 years prior to founding Patient Commando Productions, Zal was the president of a contemporary wall décor manufacturer. Throughout this period, he managed a chronic illness and enjoyed the benefits of a loving relationship with his wife and 2 now-young adult children who played pivotal roles in the 30 years it took him to move up the patient activation scale.

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Ken Chan

Vice President
Cystic Fibrosis Canada

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KEN CHAN is Vice President, Advocacy, Research and Healthcare at Cystic Fibrosis Canada. He provides executive leadership and strategic management for Cystic Fibrosis Canada's research programs, clinical care quality improvement initiatives, public policy, government and institutional relations, and corporate communications. Prior to joining Cystic Fibrosis Canada, Ken served governments in Canada and the United Kingdom. His previous positions included Chief of Staff to Ontario's Minister of Natural Resources, Senior Advisor in the office of the Mayor of London, Assistant Director with the UK Department for Business, and Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs in the office of Ontario's Deputy Premier and Minister of Health. Early in his career, Ken was an officer with one of Canada’s largest municipal police departments. Ken serves on the Toronto Licensing Tribunal, the Academic Board of the University of Toronto and the Boards of Directors at Alterna Savings, Alterna Bank and Sherbourne Health Centre. Ken has completed the Advanced Health Leadership Program at the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management and was an Executive Scholar at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management in Chicago. He has a BA in Political Science from Simon Fraser University, a Diploma in Investigative and Forensic Accounting from University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management and a MBA from City University of Seattle. Ken is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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Daniel Cortes

Clincal Pharmacist
St. Michael's Hospital

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Karen Chow

Novartis National Stakeholder Relations
Novartis

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Karen has developed her career in community partnerships and stakeholder relations in the pharmaceutical sector since 1997. In her most recent professional role, Karen developed and stewarded partnerships with national patient groups, health charities, health coalitions and other stakeholders on behalf of the General Medicines business at Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. Karen will soon join Gilead Sciences Canada.

Previously, Karen helped to build organizational capacity in stakeholder relations and in patient advocacy in her positions with Searle Canada, Pharmacia Canada and GlaxoSmithKline where she also served as Vice President of The GSK Foundation.

In her personal time, Karen is an active volunteer, contributing strategic planning, marketing, fundraising and governance expertise to a number of healthcare charities. Currently, she is Past Chair of the Board of The Darling Home for Kids, a pediatric respite and palliative care facility in Milton, Ontario, and she also serves as Vice President of the National Board of Directors for Lupus Canada serving Canadians living with Lupus.

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Manny Papadimitropoulos

Director of Health Outcomes
Eli Lily

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Manny Papadimitropoulos graduated in Pharmacy and has worked in retail pharmacy, the pharmaceutical industry and academia over the last 25 years. His experience has been primarily in Health Outcomes and Clinical Research. He has a Masters in pharmacy and a PhD in health economic evaluation from the University of Toronto in Canada. Manny is currently the Director of Health Outcomes Health Technology Assessment (HTA) – Emerging Markets at Eli Lilly and Company. He has worked in Health Outcomes (HO) and access since 1992 in the compilation of HTA submission dossiers and conduct of HO research in Canada and throughout Emerging markets at Lilly. He is also an adjunct assistant professor at University of Toronto, Faculty of Pharmacy; his areas of research are in HTA and decision analysis, and is a supervisor of 3 graduate students.

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Femida Gwadry-Sridhar

Director of Medical Health Informatics
University of Western Ontario

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Dr. Femida Gwadry-Sridhar is in Computer science at Western University and founder of Pulse infoframe Inc., a healthcare analytics company. She is a pharmacist, epidemiologist and methodologist with over 25 years of experience in clinical trials and disease registries. Her primary research is in medication adherence and health informatics.

She holds a number of peer-reviewed grants from the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario (Canada) and from the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to evaluate knowledge translation. She over 60 publications in peer-reviewed journals, 75 abstracts, 2 book chapters , over $ 7 million in funding over the last 6 years.

She is one of the founding members of the special interest group in adherence at the International Society of Pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research and the first Canadian Chair. As Chair of the special interest group at ISPOR Dr. Gwadry-Sridhar lead several evidence based reviews on how to conduct adherence research, the role of economics in this area and how to take an evidence based approach to help patients achieve better health. She founded Pulse infoframe in part to enable better patient engagement with the aid of technology.

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Lynn Moore

Director of programs and services
Arthritis Society

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Lynn Moore is the Director, Programs and Services at The Arthritis Society, Canada's only charity devoted solely to funding and promoting arthritis research, programs and patient care for the over 4.6 million Canadians of all ages living with arthritis. Lynn is responsible for providing national leadership to the Society’s education, programs and services and serves as the Canadian National Ambassador to Fit for Work Europe. She is an Adjunct Professor in University of Toronto’s Health Policy, Management and Evaluation Program where she tutors students in the graduate level Canadian Health System and Health Policy courses. Lynn has volunteered on a number of not-for-profit boards primarily in the areas of geriatrics, mental health and substance abuse. Lynn has a Masters of Health Administration from the University of Ottawa and is a Certified Health Executive.

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Jennifer Buttars

Health & Life Sciences strategy consultant
JaBC Strategies

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Based just outside Montreal, Jennifer is a freelance Health & Life Sciences strategy consultant (JaBC Strategies), veteran biopharma professional (Pfizer Canada), former trade association lobbyist (Rx&D), and patient engagement advocate.

Jennifer’s insights and perspectives on biopharma, health care and the topic of “patient-centricity” have been cultivated during an almost 30 year professional collaboration with Canada’s innovative biopharmaceutical industry and its stakeholder partners and beneficiaries. Throughout her career, she has had opportunity to participate or lead teams, projects, stakeholder collaborations and client engagements touching on many aspects of the biopharma business model including R&D, portfolio development & brand marketing, strategic planning, corporate development, public policy advocacy and market access.

Her beliefs and opinions about how Canada’s policy-makers and care providers can make modern medicine and health technology innovation available, affordable and accessible in a patient-centric way have also been shaped by a life-time of personal experiences as a periodic patient-consumer of health services; recently, as a natural caregiver and system navigator for two close family members with serious illness/disability; and more and more, as a “system savvy” friend, informal advisor and “personal advocate” for others seeking help and best practice tips for finding credible information about drugs and health services, or navigating the system to obtain results in a timely and patient-centric manner.

Jennifer credits and is thankful for her career insights and training in the biopharma industry as key success factors which helped to guide her through her recent caregiver journey. The experience reaffirms her belief that health system literacy education and awareness for patients and caregivers can be an enabler to care in a person-centred health system.

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Dr John Reeves

Founder
Liberate Health

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John Reeves is the Founder and Managing Director of Liberate Health, which offers a patient engagement platform that works by improving the quality and delivery of the education patients receive from their healthcare professionals (HCPs) about their diagnoses and treatments. By making HCPs efficient and effective teachers, Liberate makes learning and retention easy for patients, resulting in a transformed relationship between patient and HCP that is based on mutual respect and trust, improved adherence to treatment plans and better health outcomes.

John started out with an Engineering degree from Queen’s University and a Medical degree from The University of Ottawa. He practiced Family and Sports Medicine for a number of years, all the while noting his patients’ thirst for information. An entrepreneur and techie at heart, John eventually created Infinet Communications – a web marketing company that focused on digital strategies to improve healthcare communications for pharmaceutical companies. His insights into how doctors and patients think and act, combined with his sophisticated grasp of marketing, and his engineering/technical brain, resulted in a highly successful company that John eventually sold to Elsevier – a major publishing company.

Next, John became the Global Director, Healthcare, for McCann – the world’s largest ad agency at the time, with over 70 offices around the globe. He came to see that the greatest challenge in health care lies in the area of patient education and engagement. His pharmaceutical company clients were focusing their efforts on educating doctors about medical advancements and sophisticated treatments, but health outcomes were not improving. John came to see that the best treatment plan in the world is useless if the patient hasn’t understood the basics – what’s wrong with me, what do I need to do about it and what will happen to me if I don’t?

John decided his focus needed to shift to helping doctors teach and patients learn – and Liberate Health was born. John brought his fine understanding of digital technology to build it. Liberate consists of a digital app that HCPs use to access superb teaching tools and materials that employ the latest infographic technology. The app combines with a secure patient portal where HCPs send copies of their teaching tools and other reliable resources so the patient’s learning continues after they leave the office. The patient receives information in a format that makes learning easy, and continues to have access to that information (and more) at home, permitting the much-needed opportunity for review and reflection. The result – patients have a clearer idea than ever before of what they need to do to help themselves.

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Shafiq Qaadri

Family Physician, Medical Writer
Member of provincial parliament Ontario

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Dallas Moores

Senior National Training Manager
Bayer

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Jill Donahue

Author
EngageRX

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Ashok Bhassen

Vice President Marketing and Sales
Pediapharm

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Ashok has been a speaker on various topics in pharmaceutical marketing and sales and also contributed to some pharmaceutical publications in the past 10 years. Ashok brings over 29 years of experience of Global Pharmaceutical marketing and Patinet Foundations. He is currently The Global President of Thyroid Federation International, Director on the board of Canadian Skin Cancer foundation and Director with Pediapharm Inc. He worked with Abbott Pharmaceuticals for 12 years, among various roles as Commercial Director for Pacific, Asia, Australia and Africa with Abbott International and Canadian Market in marketing, sales, business development, health communication and pharmacy programs. He also worked with IMS Americas as Director, National Accounts. Prior to IMS and Abbott, he worked in International markets as General Manager, Sales Manager and Group Product Manager with Johnson and Johnson and Parke Davis. He has successfully launched several new products in Canada and International markets in primary care, specialty, devises and OTC area. Ashok has completed his Masters degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences and MBA.

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Pat Forsythe

General Manager
Forest Laboratories

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Fabio De Rango

Pharmacist/Owner
Shoppers Drug Mart

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Is currently the owner of two Shoppers Drug Marts in Oakville. He is a teaching assistant at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Pharmacy. He is an Ontario College of Pharmacist Preceptor, Certified Diabeted Educator, Certified Injector and have coached Minor Hockey AAA for the past 15 years.

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Matthew Hodge

Physician Executive

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Dawn Richards

Vice President
Canadian Arthritis Patient Alliance

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Dawn Richards, PhD, is the Vice President of the Canadian Arthritis Patient Alliance and a science and patient consultant. Since being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis nearly a decade ago, she has become a vocal advocate for arthritis awareness, access to treatment, the inclusion of patients in decision-making and as research collaborators, and the importance of research. Dawn received her PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Alberta, and has spent the past 15 years in various roles: as a bench scientist, project and operations manager, technology transfer and commercialization manager, and business development officer. Her scientific training, on the job experience in business-related roles, and her experience as a person who lives with a chronic disease puts her in a unique position to both inform and help researchers, clinicians, and pharma translate discoveries and products in to meaningful outcomes from which the public will benefit.

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Anne- Marie Wright

Advisory Board Member, Canadian Association of People Centered Health
President, Elements strategy INC.

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An active volunteer in the healthcare field, Anne Marie is currently on the Advisory Board for the Canadian Association of People Centred Health (CAPCH), a not for profit organization with a mission to support transformation of healthcare systems across the country from provider and payer centric models of care to person-centered models of care that embrace an all-inclusive definition of health. Additionally, she is a “Health Innovator in Residence” at the Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation and the Past Chairman of the Council on Drug Abuse.

Anne Marie is a brand-focused, global business builder accomplished in growing and transforming healthcare organizations. With more than 25 years of Marketing, Sales and Business development experience in health technology start-ups, global pharmaceuticals, retail healthcare and CPG brand management, she is a champion of innovation, developing and leading healthcare solutions that are personalized and change the way healthcare services are provided.

Anne Marie is currently the President of Elements Strategy Inc., a strategic management consulting firm providing services to the healthcare industry where transformation through consumer and customer focused innovation is critical to success. Elements Strategy works with organizations to build strategies, new products and services and other initiatives that recognize the emergence of the empowered healthcare consumer. Her capabilities include Business and Marketing strategy design and execution, Business Development, Innovation, Project Management and Team Building across business to business, business to consumer and business to stakeholder verticals.

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