FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Robin Whitsell, Founder and President of Whitsell Innovations (WI), Inc., and Stephanie Cain, Operations Manager, will be attending the 2017 HBA Annual Conference November 6-8, 2017, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
HBA hosts leaders from all sectors of healthcare who gather to build business connections for a sustainable leadership advantage, learn from thought leaders to broaden perspectives and to expand their business acumen.
Ms. Whitsell previously served as a board member for the RTP Chapter of the HBA for two years, as the director-at-large in charge of Programming. She spear-headed diversely-themed programming including events aimed at patient-focused care, working with international teams, and medical tourism.
“HBA is an organization that promotes the contributions of women within the life sciences and our opportunity to enact powerful and meaningful change,” says Ms. Whitsell. “I value attending the annual meeting, learning from the expert presenters, and networking with other women who are fostering patient-centricity and gender parity in the life sciences.”
“I’m excited to attend the HBA conference for the first time and learn from and network with some of the most outstanding leaders in our industry,” says Ms. Cain. “I’m looking forward to sharing my ideas from other industries while building my healthcare industry knowledge. I’m sure it will be a motivational and impactful three days.”
The HBA mission is to further the advancement and impact of women in the business of healthcare. HBA is a global nonprofit organization comprised of individuals and organization from across the healthcare industry.
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