The season two finale of The Mix Tape finds our Practice Leader Mishka Symonette discussing this topic with LaReesa Ferdinand. Ferdinand is a board-certified OB/GYN, and the Owner/CEO of the Thrive Beyond Wellness Center. She helps women in all stages of menopause, perimenopause to post, improve their hormone balance so they can live more productive, powerful, and performance-driven lives.
Wherever your career in the life sciences takes you, start strong with advice from an expert! Mix Talent’s Glenna Halligan talks to Jeannie Lloyds in today’s episode. Lloyds is the Vice President of Commercial at Averitas Pharma. In her work she carries a strong passion for building and leading high performing commercial and market access teams that consistently work together to exceed results.
When it comes to HR, keeping your company on top of your industry has its challenges. Mix Talent’s Kristen Lewis takes this week’s episode to chat with an expert HR professional in Boston’s biotech market: Janielle Newland. Newland is the Senior Vice President Human Resources at Viridian Therapeutics, an innovative biotechnology company advancing treatments for patients with diseases that are underserved by today’s therapies.
If you brought a coach into your professional career, what could you achieve? Today’s episode may help you find the answer! Mix Talent’s Ali O’Malley has an exciting conversation with business coaching expert Stace Middlebrooks. Middlebrooks is the Chief Empowerment Officer at Purpose Powered Coaching and Consulting, with a personal practice focused on giving women of color the confidence and power to excel in their leadership roles.
When your life calls for a major occupation change, how do you persevere amidst the obstacles of starting over? Mix Talent’s Chad Thompson (previously heard in Season One) sits down with Rob Jindal to talk about his experience with resilience. Jindal is the ReadyNow Business Director at Otsuka Pharmaceuticals. ReadyNow is a unique 18-month development program that offers an opportunity for individuals from a variety of backgrounds to start their careers in the pharmaceutical industry with a world-class organization.
The Mix Tape goes international! Mix Talent’s Jocelyn Scott interviews a cutting-edge researcher in the field of medicinal psychedelics in Switzerland: Katrin Preller. Dr. Preller is scientist at Boehringer Ingelheim, a company developing breakthrough therapies and innovative healthcare solutions in areas of unmet medical need for both humans and animals.
When it’s time to give or receive feedback, people’s moods turn from upbeat to uncomfortable fast. Can feedback at work be transformed for the better? In this episode, Mix Talent’s Sara Shondrick talks with Brodie Riordan to find out. Riordan is an I/O (Industrial Organizational) Psychologist and executive coach with a passion for helping others achieve their full potential. She’s a self-proclaimed “Feedback Zealot” and author of the book “Feedback Fundamentals and Evidence-Based Best Practices.”
There’s few topics in business that are universally uncomfortable like compensation, so why not break the ice on a podcast? Mix Talent’s Patty Adams takes on the subject with Dale Moyer, co-founder of incentovate. Incentovate helps businesses create robust compensation and benefits strategies, provides financial management, and offers on-premise HR leadership.
When a rare disease enters your household you have to take drastic measures, but why not have fun while doing it? Mix Talent’s KC McAllister discusses the ups and downs with a first-hand experiencer: Ryan Sheedy. Sheedy is a father of a Costello’s Syndrome patient, funny guy on his Instagram @dadhappend and founder of mejo, an online tool that helps caregivers organize medical information to create a personal health journal specifically tailored to their child.
When living with a rare disease, it would be easy to cope and become resigned to your fate, but this Mix Tape episode is about living fearlessly! Today, Mix Talent recruiter Emma Borreggine talks with Justin Borreggine, co-founder of DEFY Foundation. DEFY is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness and research funding for Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, or VEDS.