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Jun 4, 2020
Deemed a “Remarkable Woman” by Chapel Hill Magazine in 2016,
Robin Whitsell has twenty years of experience in the life science
and medical writing industries, including degrees in biophysics and
physics. She is the founder and president of Whitsell Innovations
(WI) and formerly worked at Inspire Pharmaceuticals, Glaxo
Wellcome, and PAREXEL International CRO. Additionally, she was the
winner of the Count Me In pitch competition for
entrepreneurs. Robin is a public speaker and has contributed her
insights to the American Medical Writers Association Medical
Writing & Communication Conference as well as the DIA annual
meeting and DIA Medical Affairs and Scientific Communications
Forum. Robin is also on the board of the Diversity Alliance for
Today, Robin joins me to share the niche that she serves with Whitsell Innovations, her journey to growing the business, and the significant changes she faced along the way. She discusses the importance of creating a culture of safety, how this can drive growth, and the strategies she has used to maintain and uphold the company’s growth and mission-driven culture over time. Robin also highlights the benefits and drawbacks of being designated as a woman-owned small business.
“There are plenty of ways to grow a company.” - Robin Whitsell
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