Christine Verini of CancerCare® is Featured in PharmaVOICE Magazine’s 100 Most Inspiring People Issue
Christine Verini, Chief Operating Officer (COO) of CancerCare, was recently named as one of PharmaVOICE Magazine’s 100 Most Inspiring People.
Ms. Verini was nominated by her colleagues for her outstanding leadership. Through all of her diverse range of positions, from commercial and medical affairs on the pharma side to COO, she has never lost her passion or her focus on patients. As a key member of CancerCare’s Executive Leadership Team with a primary focus on expanding existing and future mission-based programs, Ms. Verini also oversees daily operations at the organization.
“To be named as one of PharmaVOICE Magazine’s 100 Most Inspiring People is such an honor,” said Christine Verini. “I’m so grateful to be able to do what I do every day, and my goal is to never stop helping as many people as I can.”
“I can think of no one more deserving of this award than Christine,” said Patricia Goldsmith, CEO of CancerCare. “Each day she brings her passion, commitment and energy to CancerCare to ensure help and hope to everyone that we serve.”
Established 15 years ago by PharmaVOICE magazine, the PharmaVOICE 100 is an annual list of inspiring individuals recognized for their positive contributions to the life-sciences industry. These individuals illustrate what it means to think bigger, do more and lead with passion and integrity.
The distinguished honorees are nominated by thousands of PharmaVOICE readers throughout the year and are selected based on well-crafted and comprehensive essays describing how they have inspired or motivated their colleagues, peers and even competitors; have affected positive changes in their own organizations; as well as other factors, such as community and philanthropic activities.
Every year, individuals of all ages, from all different types of companies, market sectors and walks of life are celebrated for their contributions to their colleagues, companies, communities and industries. What they have in common is their unique ability to inspire and motivate others.
“This special issue, now in its 15th year, has become one of the most-anticipated publications of the year, and it is our extreme pleasure to once again showcase the men and women who are providing exemplary leadership, driving change, innovating in the clinic and the market and fostering relationships to position the industry in the best way possible to serve the ultimate stakeholders: patients,” said Taren Grom, Editor and Cofounder of PharmaVOICE.
Founded in 1944, CancerCare is the leading national organization providing free, professional support services and information to help people manage the emotional, practical and financial challenges of cancer. Our comprehensive services include counseling and support groups over the phone, online and in-person, educational workshops, publications and financial and co-payment assistance. All CancerCare services are provided by oncology social workers and world-leading cancer experts.
PharmaVOICE is expressly written and designed to deliver the views, opinions, and insights of executives who are shaping the direction of the dynamic life-sciences industry. PharmaVOICE reaches more than 46,000 BPA qualified subscribers and is distributed to 60,000 industry executives with the digital edition. Our circulation includes executives from pharmaceutical manufacturing, biotechnology, drug discovery, research & development, contract research, drug delivery, and device/diagnostic companies. The publication also targets decision makers at healthcare advertising, marketing, medical education, public relations, information technology, contract sales, traditional and nontraditional media, and other service support companies and organizations. The publication also reaches more than 60,000 users with its digital edition, which contains original exclusive bonus content. PharmaVOICE’s unique horizontal editorial approach cuts across industry silos, providing a holistic overview of the life-sciences industry, addressing a range of topics from molecule through market. By engaging compelling personalities from diverse industry sectors, PharmaVOICE provides multiple perspectives on business challenges, trends, and topics. Editorial content sparks dialog, initiates debate, and opens the lines of communication to facilitate and improve business-to-business relationships. PharmaVOICE’s multiple-perspective and in-depth original forums, feature articles, topics, and departments are audience-driven. PharmaVOICE provides executives with useful peer-to-peer insights on a broad range of business practices and topics to wide range of life-science sectors.