CHESTER, N.J., Nov. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Faith A. Robinson is recognized by Continental Who's Who as a Pinnacle Professionalin the field of Pharmaceuticals. Faith is a Senior Vice President with Midas Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
By connecting companies, people and knowledge, Midas Pharmaceuticals has been helping both clients and partners unlock untapped potential for over
Amassing thirty years of experience, Faith has been in this role for fifteen years. With experience working for various Fortune 100 and 400 companies on domestic and international levels, Faith has made her presence known in the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on generic drugs. She is targeted on the elimination of the "greed and shortcuts" endemic in the pharmaceutical industry and "enhancing legacy drugs repurposed for new uses."
Specializing in contract manufacturing, compliance, pharmaceutics, regulatory affairs, project management, product development, supply chain management and more, Faith prides her success on "breaking the glass ceiling" in a typically male-dominated industry and being recognized as a successful woman in the field.
A member of the International Women's Leadership Association, Faith enjoys outdoor activities, writing medical thrillers and working on building a "net zero" energy country home in her free time.
Throughout the course of her studies, Faith graduated from the University of Vermont with her Bachelor's degree in Animal Science.
For more information, please visit www.midas-pharma.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, email@example.com
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SOURCE Continental Who's Who
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